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Raleigh Cotter Pins Continental 9.0 mm - Pair

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Many older bicycles use wedge-shaped fasteners called "cotters" to hold the cranks onto the bottom bracket axle.
These cotters have a nut to hold them in place after they have been driven or pressed in.
They can be difficult to remove, especially if they have been in place for a long time
The diameter of the round part of the cotter tends to be standardized according to nationality. Most use 9.5mm, including British, Asian and most German bicycles. French and Italian bicycles used 9mm, or sometimes 8.5mm
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Raliegh Replacement Pins With Longer Taper?
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25 Sep 2016
Hi, I need to replace a pin on my old Raliegh crankset.

The pins I have removed are 9mm Diameter 31mm length to the main body with 2mm of thread. Also the taper on them goes to about 5mm from the head of the body. Will these pins fit?
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

It is unlikely these pins will fit I'm afraid as the dimensions are quite different. The main body is 30mm in length and there is 12mm of thread. The taper stops half way along the main body.

Thanks.
Shape Of The Tapper
By
23 Oct 2014
Hi,

in the picture, there appear to be two different pins. One has the tapper from the tread all the way down to the bottom, and the other seems to have a shorter tapper.

Which one would I be buying?

Regards,

Samuel
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

Its hard to tell in the photo, but they are both the same. They come with a short taper that finishes half way along.

Thanks.