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Bolt shape is same as on Phillips screws. Nothing else different that tool hole, to hex.

ah, ok. So they are allen head? I had thought you used a hex head.

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Sorry, it seem to be small langeage error.

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hmm, hex (6) is allen isn't it?

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Hate to nitpick, but let me get this straight:
the left one is allen, and the right one is hex, right?

Martin, no native speaker...


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Oew Martin, You're right!

(But they both use a hex interface LOL)

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If you want to split hairs they are both hex head bolts, but the one on the right is an external hex/ uses a spanner and the one on the left is internall hex/ uses a hex key.

The one on the left only becomes an Allen bolt if your hex key is made by the Allen tool company ;) but people will know what you are talkig about if you refer to the one on the left as an Allen head bolt.

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If you ask me, the one on the left is f***ed!


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If you ask me, the one on the left is f***ed!


lol, I was gonna say!


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Incomplete Pete wrote:
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If you ask me, the one on the left is f***ed!


lol, I was gonna say!

Thats just the pic - if anything, the camera is F***ed :-)
The bolt is from a brand new Syntace stem, and has only been tightened once, *very* carefully, and with a high quality tool :)

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martin wrote:
Incomplete Pete wrote:
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If you ask me, the one on the left is f***ed!


lol, I was gonna say!

Thats just the pic - if anything, the camera is F***ed :-)

I'll take a better pic as soon as my new Hasselblad camera has arrived to proove :twisted:

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