Cane Creek eeWings Chainring Bolt

Cane Creek eeWings Chainring Bolt
Cane Creek eeWings Chainring Bolt
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eeWings Chainring Bolt by Cane Creek
Cane Creek's eeWings crank is as tough as it is beautiful. Key to that lasting durability is its conscious use of titanium construction. Cane Creek utilizes the exotic material wherever it could which includes the chainring bolts. We have replacement ones here if you want to keep some on hand for backups in the toolbox or if one rolled away on the shop floor and into the ether.

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SKU: CNE001M
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