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Old 11-07-19, 10:21 PM
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Sometimes a 100 mm skewer has enough threads to fit 74mm dropouts. Then you only have to trim the skewer. Put a m5 nut on it before cutting. Removing the nut afterward helps to clean up the threads. Cutting with a thin disk like on a Dremel or proxxon tool also helps to keep the threads clean.
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