- Ti bolts – any place on a steel bike ?
Let’s say they’re no more absurd on a steel bike than they are on anything else 😉 Only trouble is, sometimes cheap ones aren’t that well made, frinstance Superstar/Tibolts ones often have pretty slack caps which makes them easier to round out. But it’s hard to know what you’re getting til you get it.Posted 4 years ago
Sounds like what you really need is a set of good allen keys. These are nice: http://www.screwfix.com/p/wera-9-piece-hex-plus-hexagon-key-set-ball-end/78506?kpid=78506&cm_mmc=Google-_-Product%20Listing%20Ads-_-Sales%20Tracking-_-sales%20tracking%20url&gclid=CPq1-t220LcCFfMbtAodk0wAnwPosted 4 years ago
I find ball end types more prone to rounding out but this product desc says “Hex-Plus profile prevents rounding out.” It that real or marketing?
Don’t use the ball end often, the other end is a bit of a funny shape and seems to be the selling point, couldn’t vouch for how good v others, but they’re way better than the bog standard ones they replaced.Posted 4 years ago
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