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Old 02-15-12, 12:31 PM   #1
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Need a measurement (I live in the sticks and want to visit the hardware store this PM

Off the top of your head, does anyone know what the metric size and threading is of a standard campy style side pull brake mounting axel...the part that goes through the frame? It's for a Superbe, but I think they're the same .
I need to pick up a die on the way home tonight and I live out in the sticks.
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Rootboy,
Thanks a bunch. Picked one up at the hardware store around the corner on my lunch hour. Thanks for making my commute more paletable.
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