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    where can i get this screws

    where can i get this screws-img_20130611_170317.jpg

    Where can I get all does screws that are rusted, i want to replace them... please help me out. Thank you in advance

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    LBS, or online. They come in various different lengths so you need to match up the new ones with the old.

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    do youi know how they are called? so i can search online?

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    They're chainring bolts. Probably 'double sized'. It looks like you'll need a set of 4 or 5 (bolt and nut) and then an additional 4 or 5 'single' bolts for the little ring. A rear facing picture would be more useful than the front.

    You'll also need a chainring nut wrench, 5 mm hex key, and should grab a bottle of medium strength threadlocker. Wear gloves while you are removing the nuts/bolts, as if they are that rusted, you're likely to slip right into the chainrings. A can of liquid wrench/kroil/other penetrating fluid will make it go easier.

    If you have access to an impact wrench, they'll make short work of removing the bolts, no need for using a nut wrench other than tightening the new ones on.

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    where can i get this screws-img_20130611_190728.jpgwhere can i get this screws-img_20130611_190736.jpg

    here are the back pics

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    where can i get this screws-img_20130612_110136.jpg

    here are the screws... what is the size? are they like standard size?

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    you'll need something like these. Buy 2 quantities of the stainless steel doubles, as they will last the longest, and you'll have spare nuts in case they crack. Getting alloy or SS will greatly reduce the corrosion you had on your last set.

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    thanks!

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