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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:57 am 
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Might seem a bit ridiculous but bike is not here and cannot find info on web anywhere - what is the thread on the fixing bolt for current skeleton brakes (M6?)

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Amazing ... no spec available anywhere. Dug up the spare alternate length bolts shipped with 2014 SuperRecord brakes ... M6 it is.


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To clarify, I had assumed this item was the bolt for the main shaft that secures the brake assembly to the frame. The single mounting bolt one would tighten to hold the brakes in place on the front/rear forks. For example:

http://www.i-ride.co.uk/Campagnolo-BR-R ... 185mm.aspx


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Thanks Bangkok that's very helpful - just what I was after. I agree it is really surprising that you can't readily find out that sort of info.

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