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Shimano freehub QR axle threading?

Old 04-14-20, 10:56 AM
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Shimano freehub QR axle threading?

Shimano freehub QR axle threading?
Shimano FH-RS400

Is it 10mm x 24tpi or 10mm x 1?

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Should be 10mm x 1mm
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Shimano is 10x1.0M. Many moons ago Campy liked 10Mx26tpi threading on their rear axles which worked with
thin 10x1.0 axle nuts but a bit tight on wider axle nuts. Peugeot also used 10Mx26tpi on their PX10 RD mounts decades
ago (in the Simplex era IIRC).
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