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Old 04-11-10, 01:32 PM   #1
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1.32" x 24 TPI lockring

I need a 1.32" x 24 TPI lockring but I don't really want to fork over 30 or 40 dollars for a Campagnolo or a Phil Wood. I was looking at the EAI one which is only 11 dollars. Has anyone had any experience with the EAI one or any others? I think the Miche lockring that came with my hubs seems kinda cheap. It only has 2 or 3 threads compared to the Surly which I use on my other bike. Are any of the 1.32" x 24 TPI lockrings as beefy as the surly? Thanks for any help.
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Old 04-11-10, 04:05 PM   #2
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EAI (Euro-Asia Imports) sells top notch stuff, so I can't imagine their lockrings being poor quality. You won't find anything else close to that price. You can get the Phil or Campy lockrings for $25 here >>>
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