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I have a reflex timberwolf and tring to figure out the bubb cable size on the sticker it says 39/42.25 and when I look on the list in stores on line they are not marked like that I dont know if that means anything between

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they are metric and different sizes were used that year. Get a metric thread sizer at any auto parts store or Sears to determine the correct thread size

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