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Old 07-08-14, 08:47 AM   #1
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Seat Post Binder Bolt

What width, length, etc. do I need for a mid-fifties F. H. Grubb frame? I see some older ones, online, that are 8mm width and it looks like I need a 19mm length, but I can't be certain. I need the keyed-type of pin.
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Those take 7.3mm left hand Whitworth thread binder.
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