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Old 10-12-2009, 07:23 PM
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Default Re: Walmart cranbrook cruiser sprocket problems?

I'd have to see a pic of yours but most if not all are just held on by a nut. The arm has a hole in it with 2 flats. You will need to use a vise to make the offset bend in it bigger to clear the sprocket bolts once the sprocket is mounted. Also sometimes you have to trim the dust cover and make the center hole in the kit sprocket bigger. Mark a circle around the sprocket hole with a sharpie for a guide to keep the hole centered. Hopefully you have a electric or air grinder. Otherwise a rough halfround file will get it done with some elbow grease. You might have to mount the sprocket using only the inside rubber not both.
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