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For the love of God, file those little "safety nubs" off of the dropouts of your fork. This is the first thing that should be done to a bike, with the possible exception of removing those plastic cassette guards on the rear wheel and any other ridiculous accoutrements (reflectors, anyone?). You should file them off while still in the bike store, if nobody's watching. I have ridden for about 12 years and have raced for 3, and I can say from experience that they do no good: they slow wheel changes/removals significantly, and offer no protection. If your skewer *somehow* becomes loose as you ride your bike then you are fucked anyway (technically speaking) and no dropout nubs in the world will save you. Think for yourselves, people, instead of letting lawyers and bureaucrats tell you what equipment to run on your bike. I mean, honestly.