This compression bolt features a stepped Allen key hole which is 1/4” and 6mm. This allows the use of either a standard or a metric Allen key for the same bolt. The reason for this was to make adjusting the headset tension less of a hassle, since the bolt it’s replacing is usually something that requires a crescent wrench (adjustable spanner). Our bolt allows the use of just one tool whether you have a stem with 1/4” or 6mm bolts. This is all in the pursuit of having fewer tools to lug around. The Allen key hole can withstand 55 lb/ft before distorting when the tool is properly seated.
H14 fits ’02 to ‘06 Fly Bikes pantera fork - 12g
H18 fits Odyssey(’06 and earlier), We The People forks (’03 and on), Primo, Snafu, Failure (’06 and on), Macneil, Sunday morning 1 & night 1 fork - 28g
Stepped allen key bolt hole.
Lighter than the stock fork bolt.
They are made of 7075 aluminum because this grade is the best!
Rated 4 out of 5 by awire This product dont work with fit fork
I ordered this, the material is lightweight and the design is awesome. The h10 does not work with my fit fork.
03 February 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous yes it is me again , well i bought this compression bolt , i have the eddie cleaveland 2011 fit forks , only problem is!!!! that the thread on the bolt does not match up with the thread on my forks ..... hmmmm but it says clearly that size h10 is fits fit forks . well the bolt started stripping so i stopped tightening it and am stuck with my old bolt . on the other hand this thing is crazy light , really it could probably blow away with the wind . but yeah doesnt go well with fit forks ... the eddie cleaveland 2011 ones at least
13 July 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent
i baught one of those for my colony bmx forks as i did not like using a extension bar out of a socket yet to tighten up my top cap, and i baught one of these and it is really good and made to a very high quality.
it costs a bit, but it is well worth it in the long run if you like to take your bike apart quickly and easily.
15 July 2010