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Old 05-29-09, 10:07 PM   #1
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Pinhead vs Pitlock

I want to get one of these anti-theft skewers. Pitlocks are a bit more expensive, but I heard they don't rust... although not too many who have used Pinheads have complained about rust (to my knowledge).

Which one should is the best to invest in?
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I have both. Pitlocks are expensive, but high quality. I like them. I bought a used bike to be a beater and it came with Pinhead skewers. I don't like them at all, the 'wrench' slips easily and I have a hard time getting the skewer really tight
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