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    Bashring bonks (?) for Moonlander

    I've lost three of four bonks (not sure, whether it is a correct name for them) from the bashring of my Moonlander?

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    Does anyone know, where I can buy them?
    Please, sorry for my English. It's not my native language.

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    Call Surly and buy a tube of loctite

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    I've emailed them about a week ago. No answer.
    Please, sorry for my English. It's not my native language.

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    Aren't those chainring bolts? I reckon you can try your local shop. I remember on a bike when I switched to 1x9 I had to get BMX chainring bolts from my LBS for the new front ring. So apparently there are different sizes.
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    Bashring bonks (?) for Moonlander

    Yup, chainring bolts. LBS, you may have trouble finding the spacer. Surly shouldn't be bothered for such mundane things. I don't blame them for not replying.

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    That looks like a normal chainring bolt for double rings - with a spacer so you can run a single.

    For that purpose, I looooove these:

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    Truvativ Steel Chainring Bolts
    Set of 5 steel chainring bolts. 5mm hex bolt and 6mm hex nut. 8.5mm nut length. Washer for single chainring. Exclude washer for use with double chainrings. Black.

    I especially like that you tighten them with 2 hex keys, and can actually get them tight.
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