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    ODI, etc. Lock-On collar bolts

    In case anyone is interested: the little bolts that cinch down the lock-on collars for my OURY (ODI) grips started corroding almost immediately. Been looking around for some stainless replacements. biggest problem was the size, 3.5mm x .6, 10mm long.

    Found some here:
    http://www.fastener-express.com/inde...OD&ProdID=2703

    local SoCal company and the price is really cheap.

    Didn't know where else to post this but since I ride a Sultan.......

    Frank - Huntington Beach

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    Find a ti version and this thread will see some action.
    Global Director of Sales: Knolly Bikes

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    i was going to launch into a cost/benefit ratio thing.....


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    Ti

    Might be a little long. Better to long than to short.

    http://www.fastener-express.com/inde...D&ProdID=41013

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    wrong size

    they are 3.5 x .6 pitch, not 3 x.5

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    Your right. My bad. Wishful thinking and poor reading on my part.

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    Ha!

    imagine my shame and disgrace if you'd found a deal like that so quickly. i'd have paid four bucks in a heartbeat. there have to be other ti versions/sources out there besides that outfit in Britain, i just don't know where they are..

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    Yeah, they corrode quickly...I make sure to loosen/tighten 1x a month so that they don't freeze, as I have had to cut off 3 or 4 pairs now...

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    once was enough for me

    exactly why i replaced them

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    a little grease works wonders, never had them back-out or corrode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erosive
    a little grease works wonders, never had them back-out or corrode.
    Yep, a little dab'll do yah. I notice they get pretty sticky without the grease and the grease is good for about a season before it starts to go away.
    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine
    that's the stupidest idea this side of pinkbike.

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    a few dabs of loctite anti-seize works great, and last for a while.
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