but wouldn't a ca. 1992 spindle have the shield logo as opposed to the older globe logo ??
Glen Ridge, NJ
> Your comments are all true, but not at all what I was trying
> to point out. So let me leave you with this. One day, you
> might purchase a spindle marked "68-ss" with the expectation
> that it will be the asymmetrical style, 113.5mm long, and
> configured for use with thick walled cups. But do not be
> surprised if, instead, you have acquired a 1992 Athena spindle,
> which is symmetrical, 111mm spindle, that is configured for
> thin walled cups.
> Fred Rednor - Arlington, Virginia (USA)