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Old 11-12-18, 01:40 PM
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Campagnolo binder bolts

I now possess a couple of brand new Campagnolo 10mm binder bolt parts -- the male, threaded part. Not sure what happened to the female side. I don't think these had the problem with breaking like the 8mm parts do. Or am I wrong? Are these worth anything?

Boulder bikes was advertising that they had the 8mm female side. They said people should buy them and make half-campagnolo binder bolts.
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Old 11-12-18, 03:03 PM
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You mean the Seat post clamp bolt? I had a 10 in my AlAn.. ...
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It's the male part to this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Campagnolo-...-/272527206307
I should offer to sell mine to him.
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Those things are worth their weight in gold. Original ones keep getting harder to find and more and more expensive.
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Those things are worth their weight in gold. Original ones keep getting harder to find and more and more expensive.
....I never understood this, having snapped a couple of the fragile ones. But I don't understand a lot of the Campagnolo mystique.
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the 10mm ones have cool little lettering on them. I guess the 8mm ones do too. I have been carrying around a full 10mm binder bolt in my toolbox for over 40 years because I never had a place to use it.

I can see the 10mm being worth more than the 8mm. It seems to me that you can buy 8mm bolts just about from anyone, the 10mm was a bit of an oddball size.
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