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Old 10-06-09, 08:48 AM   #1
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Axle thread for Normandy HF hubs?

I'm looking at re-building an old rear hub with a longer axle so I can run a 6 speed fw. I dug up this old thread where it was stated that Campy axles and cones are interchangeable with Normandy OEM. However, the same thread also stated that Campy threading is 10 x 1mm, which is different than what the Harris site says (they say 26tpi). My cones are still useable, so I'd like to just replace the axle. Can anyone tell me for sure what the OEM axle thread is?
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Just bumping this up -- I've got the same situation. Thanks!
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I don't know for sure but you could take it to your local Lowes/home depot and use a thread gauge on it to find out. Assuming no one else knows.
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