maydaverave wrote: ↑
Dec 26, 2017 8:14 pm
I put one on a bike, the soft aluminum crank bolt quickly stripped, they dont sell replacements, and its a non typical size and threading. i Took what was left of the bolt to a bolt and fastener shop and they had never seen that particular thread pattern. So long story short i got about 20 miles out of it.
A competent local bike shop can get you replacement parts for an item that's currently in production. As an individual user, you may or may not be able to get it yourself. I'll bet FSA would at least give you a part number of you emailed them.
To be honest, in FSA's assembly instructions, the bolt looks a whole lot like this one, and has the same torque specification: https://shop.fullspeedahead.com/en/ml25 ... crank-bolt
0.7 to 1.5 Nm is not very much torque, so use a torque wrench or be extra careful.
Even industry-wide common fastener threading within the bicycle industry isn't always available in industrial fasteners.