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Old 01-25-15, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by diver858 View Post
Good thought, Atom - thank you. The FSA compact crankset on my road bike appears to be riveted together, should I expect the same for the Tempo? If yes, that is a bit beyond my ability to reconfigure. Are there others that might be assembled with allen screws?
That's shocking (to me) that an FSA crankset would be riveted; I didn't think they built them that way? The Tempo I linked to APPEARS to use allen heads but you might want to ask the seller that question.

This review of the Tempo says it has cromoly chainring bolts:
FSA Tempo Cranksets Reviews -
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