Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Happy Valley, Pennsylvania
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Campy used a 15mm. The Japanese used 14mm, French used 16 or 17mm. A 9/16 wrench is almost a perfect substitute for a 14mm wrench. I went out to buy one of those wrenches park used to sell with 14/15/17, and found out that nobody sells those wrenches around here, if they exist at all. You need a thinwall 15. I don't know if Sears will still honor their lifetime guarantee when you break one of their sockets after you grind it down; they used to back when they were still run by people that knew what a good marketing ploy that was.