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 London Olympics 2012 Team GB Large Team Bag
London Olympics 2012 Team GB Large Team Bag
Whether training or competing, this Team GB holdall - just like the ones issued to the competitors for the Olympic Games - is large enough to fit all your gear.
 
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Spacious and good value
Posted17 July 2012
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"This bag has very large main compartment, with pockets on each side and a pocket on one side. One of the side pockets can be used for wet kit.
It could have been better if there were a couple of internal pockets, to put keys/watch in for example. There is an internal flap to separate some items from the main part of the bag.
I like the colour, very bright red - but some might see it as a bit too bright.
Great as a kit bag if you do a sport which requires a lot of stuff!"
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These are 10mm adaptor nuts for non QR axles for Tacx Trainers.
 
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Expensive, but good quality.
Posted28 February 2012
TomThumbsBlues
"I needed these as my Specialized Langster does not have a qr hub - my tacx trainer came with a qr skewer that I can't use.
They are well made, but it still sounds a lot for what is essentially a custom machined nut.
They do these in 3/8" or 10mm - I bought cheap bike nuts of both sizes to make sure I bought the correct size!"
Pros: High Quality
Cons: Expensive
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These are 10mm adaptor nuts for non QR axles for Tacx Trainers.
 

Would these nuts fit a specialized langster ?

I've used 10mm on a 2010 Langster.
2 years, 7 months ago
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