I put some Ceramic bearings in the bottom bracket, putting the alloy crank bolt back in the alloy bolt broke, ugh! Found this and it fit perfectly and worked in my opinion better. The steel bolt worked well. I didn't put the dust cover on since this came out flush with the crank arm. Didn't need it any way, back on the road, much cheaper than replacing the crank. Thanks to Jenson carrying this, yea!
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