Chris king funbolts… Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Chris king funbolts… Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) Chris king funbolts… DT78Member will they fit in a normal 135/QR dropout? research would imply they would…? anyone running this setup, and did you notice any improvement in stiffness? Posted 4 years ago drlabooleSubscriber They are made for 135 qr so they will fit. Rigidity wise i did not noticed any difference but the wheel is more securely fixed. Posted 4 years ago P20Subscriber I had them on a SS set up on a Dialled Love/Hate (normal 135qr). They worked fine, didn’t notice any stiffness difference Posted 4 years ago mattbeeSubscriber Yep, got them on my 5 Spot. No idea if they are stiffer but at I found the cable routing to a SRAM rear mech fouled the end of a qr anyway, the lower profile fun bolt allows more clearance. Posted 4 years ago coolhandlukeSubscriber Yes, worked in my 456ti, my Enduro and now in my carbon Blur LT. Posted 4 years ago DT78Member Cool looks like it’ll fit. Surprised it didn’t make any difference stiffness wise…? Posted 4 years ago alandavidpetrie79Member I run the Hope equivalent, can’t say I notice it stiffer. It will definitely fit though. Posted 4 years ago d45ythMember Regarding if they make things stiffer…obviously it depends on how stiff the frame is in the first place. I ended up using them on an Intense Tracer and they did make a difference. Posted 4 years ago DT78Member Its for a carbon h’tail so its pretty stiff already. Apparently it is a little lighter than a QR and I doubt it will take much longer to remove than a QR, will just need an allen key Posted 4 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘Chris king funbolts…’ is closed to new replies.