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Originally Posted by rogerm3d View Post
They are expensive but I've started using the Richard Sachs bolts. After having enough problems with cheap bolts and availability of Campagnolo binder bolts I figured something new and higher quality was worth the cost.
https://www.richardsachs.com/product...-nut-assembly/
I might just have to go with those. If I was going to pay the same or more for just the Campy name on a 30 year old bolt, why not pay it for an arguably more prestigious name on a modern bolt (that he claims is less likely to break). On the other hand, cheap and 20 minutes with the dremel and file is appealing too because cheap.

If I go that route, I might have to get a torque wrench so I don't over/under do it with the fancy bolts.
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