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Old 10-25-2009, 07:33 PM   #1
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anybody with a TC3 or TC4 if they could bust out their
digital calipers and measure the cross joint pin in the MIP CVD
I would really really appreciate it! Also bone length would help as
well! thank you so much!

I Need CVD pin diamater!!?
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whats the digital calipers,i have 3 of the joints,im about to go see but what exactly are you asking,
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Old 10-25-2009, 08:53 PM   #3
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Cross pin= 9.62mm
Bone length= 50mm
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thanks for the help! if anybody could get me the cvd pin diamater? (thickness of pin)
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please any help
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The CVDs slide into the drive cups. Just figure out the diamater of the pin by the diamater of the groove in the drive cup.
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diam of pin : 2.29 mm
length of pin: 9.45mm
diam of bone ball : 6 mm
total lenght of bone, 50mm
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