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Old 10-27-10, 07:19 PM
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Needed Suntour Shifter Screws

I have a Fuji S12-S which uses this shifter: https://www.velo-pages.com/main.php?g...geViewsIndex=1 (I believe so anyway) When I got the bike the screws that go through the ratchet covers on each side were missing... the screws that I need in that diagram are the number 14 items. I need two of them, does anyone know the length and thread size? or where I can get a couple of these? I've also attached a pic of my shifters. Thanks to all those that can help.

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Old 10-27-10, 08:59 PM
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I believe they are M3-0.5 x11mm.

At least the ones on my shifter measure 11mm, and the "M3-0.5" matches the thread pitch of some cable guide screws I bought that were marked as such. (I'll just qualify that by sayiing I don't have a metric thread gage to confirm it . )

You could try your neighborhood hardware store - if they don't have them, then I would buy these from McMaster .

Their Part Number Part Number: 94387A215
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Great! Thank you for the help, much appreciated. I'll head over to the hardware store tomorrow.
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