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Use a hacksaw or a dremel tool to zip out a notch in the tab like this: This will allow you to slide the fender onto the brake bolt and tighten everything down without losing vertical fender adjustability. If you wanted to add a bit of security, bend the very ends (maybe 2mm) of the tab in a vise so that it can't slide out (though, if your front brake has ...
The Park Tool BBB-2 lists the recommended torque for side/dual/center pull Shimano brakes as a range from 7.84-9.8 Nm. I see no specific mention for carbon frames/forks. Bicycle tutor has a similar table here: http://bicycletutor.com/torque-specifications/
The site you liked to says "The 3k carbon blades are deep section with eyeletted forged alloy dropouts." and this suggests to me that the crown is aluminium. You might be able to tell if you look up from the bottom, mine are a cast aluminium crown with carbon blades and this is quite obvious from below.
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