Fulcrum Racing Torq RS Chainring bolts

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Murphs
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by Murphs

Does anyone know of any aftermarket chainring bolts available for Fulcrum RS cranks?

Standard Campagnolo ones don't fit.

They're about $20USD each for new ones and trying to exhaust all options before I get stolen from.

I stripped a bolt when I was changing chainrings last week.

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

A true WW would view that as a weight saving and still ride it :twisted:

Murphs
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by Murphs

A true WW (climber) wouldn't have enough power for it to matter.

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by Biplrsaba

QBP in the states is your friend. I ordered an extra set of the bolts, washer(esp) clip etc...cause no one here stocked much of the stuff

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by Murphs

Direct from QBP?

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by ave

>... before I get stolen from.

You got the crankset as a gift? ;)

(I have an RS too)

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by Murphs

Haha, no ave.

I meant before I pay way too much for an original Fulcrum bolt!

The Australian distributor only sells them in packs of 5 for $120AUD!

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by Murphs

Update: KCNC are making the first batch of chainring bolts to fit Fulcrum cranks at the moment, should be able to get them in 2 weeks

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by ave

I just bought a 36t inner ring (along with the corresponding 50t outer) but it seems it won't be an easy swap. (?)
What the hell is this in the middle? I have no such torx bit.
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by 5 8 5

It's just a plastic plug and can be pulled out.

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by Frankie13

Or pushed in with the bit.

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