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Brand-X Self Extracting Splined Crank Bolts

These high quality Brand-X self extracting crank bolts make removing your cranks simple without the use of an additional crank extractor.

Buy Brand-X Components from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Red, Blue, Black, Silver, Gold
  • Size: M15
  • Option: Pair
 
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Looks sick! works well. Bought these but was pretty sceptical, but they hold my cranks on better than the old bolts I had! and while looks sick at the same time. definitely worth it!! 04 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value Had these and the bx chainring bolts for nearly 3 years now and im still using them. If looked after they will last a long time. deffo worth it for a splash of colour. 01 March 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by big pants If you're after something that looks bling then get these. If you might actually want to remove your cranks then get the Middleburn ones. They've not come loose on me but the crappy design means the only thing they extract are themselves. utter pants, but they look nice 13 January 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very light bolts, lighter than the ones that came with my FSA Platinum. The red bolts came through a little pink, so it lost a star, but as long as these bolts are installed properly they do not come loose. Make sure to tighten the cap against the bolt, and use threadlock on the cap too. 07 August 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by These bolts suck!! These are awful crank bolts, they look nice but that is where the positives stop. Form over function has never been so apt. Kept coming loose no matter what I did, thread lock, torqued them up, they would still come loose, and there is nothing more annoying when you are on the trail, and not only that but through coming loose they damage your bottom brack and crank!! Replaced them and havent had a problem since! 14 December 2008
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Will this fit my SRAM Ruktion crank?

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These bolts are not suitable for SRAM Ruktion cranks.
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sram xo crank

maybe u should list what cranks it goes with. need some for my carbon xo truvitiv
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These bolts are not compatible with the crankset in question.

depending on which version of the X0 crankset is in need of a new crank bolt; the SRAM part numbers are listed below as currently we do not stock them.

BB30/PF30 Variant - 11.6115.530.060

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GXP Variant - 11.6900.002.160
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does these bolst fit on the shimano ES25 Octalink BB?
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These M15 bolts are compatible with the ES25 Bottom Bracket.
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Can this fix Shimano crankset 552?

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No; these self extracting bolts are too large for the M552; you need the Shimano crank arm bolt #1F811100 which is linked below.
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