Please note that if you intend to convert a wheel skewer to a seatpost skewer, you will also need to purchase a new seat pressure washer as well. The seatpost skewer uses a convex pressure washer. If you plan to do the reverse (convert a seatpost skewer to a wheel skewer) you will need to purchase a wheel pressure washer. Depending on your usage, the lock’s teflon rings and lockrings may also need to be replaced, as they are intentionally wearing parts.
For seatpost skewers, you may also need to purchase a Pitlock seatpost clamp if your current clamp does not have a flat surface area for the lock.
- The 240mm “joker” skewers are fully threaded, and will need to be cut to length. Cutting skewers is a fairly common need, and only requires a hacksaw or Dremel tool.
- Each skewer is actually 10MM longer than the length shown. The locking mechanism requires 10MM of space.