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  • Robert07
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    You'll need different nuts for removing a bike crank without actual pullers, the large and small sizes. For the smaller ones (M8) I recommend using the Park Tool's CCP 22 to loosen this bolt size. Otherwise, you can use CCP 44 for larger sizes like M14 and M12.
    Last edited by Robert07; 03-29-2022, 08:12 PM.

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  • Rodney64
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    good outcome,

  • JPLabs
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    Originally posted by pcliteuser View Post
    finally my threadless crank arm is now gone! :D what i did was I removed the cap and just ride for a week and it fell off naturally :D
    Great thinking! Pretend like you don't want it to fall off....

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  • Rodney64
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    Maybe a puller will work. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/like/190911635024?chn=ps

    The other option is to just cut it off

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  • pcliteuser
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    finally my threadless crank arm is now gone! :D what i did was I removed the cap and just ride for a week and it fell off naturally :D

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  • calfee20
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    You should consider a Sturmey-Archer hybrid drive. Up to 27 speeds and your unused front derailleur shifter is probably compatible. The 42 tooth chain wheel in low will give almost the same ratios as the 30 tooth Mini. I was using this cassette in the calculations. 12,14,16,18,21,24,28,34

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  • New Mariner
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    I have had the crank arm off 4 or 5 times since replacing. The self extracting bolt working great. I switch between a 42 for the road and a 30 for the woods. Has made things easy.

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  • JPLabs
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    I think Newmariner's comment still applies, though.

    Those threads get replaced with the new arm. Thus, using self-extracting bolts with a new arm means those threads won't be used over and over, so hopefully you won't go through it again.

  • pcliteuser
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    it's actually not the tool but the crank itself, i checked on some other post & videos that bafang crank threads are rubbish. on my case i removed the motor 4x last year i think that might worn my threads out.

  • New Mariner
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    And now I have elf extracting bolts. So hopefully never go through that again

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  • JPLabs
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    Originally posted by New Mariner View Post
    This recently happened to me. Tie rod puller kit. Look like oversized tuning forks. The smallest one 11/16 will work. Advance Auto has the kit to be borrowed. You can do it in the parking lot. Saved my bacon!
    Nice tip! Good thinking.

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  • New Mariner
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    This recently happened to me. Tie rod puller kit. Look like oversized tuning forks. The smallest one 11/16 will work. Advance Auto has the kit to be borrowed. You can do it in the parking lot. Saved my bacon!

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  • calfee20
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    Cut it off. New arms are cheap enough.

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  • pcliteuser
    started a topic Need help removing BBSHD Crank arm :(

    Need help removing BBSHD Crank arm :(

    hi guys does anyone knows any alternative way to remove this crank arm of bbshd? there's no more threads for my crank puller tool to screw in :(
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