Taking apart an older crank case?

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  1. TheBeak

    TheBeak New Member

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    Hi i am trying to get apart an old cruisers crank's. I take off the nut on the opposite side of the sprocket. Then the washers, and the crank case "cover". I can see inside but don't know how to get it apart. I need to take the crank sprocket off because its bent. I can get pics if needed.
     
  2. toytime

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    There is a big nut on both sides, isn't there?
     
  3. TheBeak

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    no just on one side
    the side with the sprocket has no nut, as far as i can see. And i just checked again.
     
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    hey toytime thanks a lot
    i'll watch these as soon as i can, believe it or not i am in such the middle of no where that i have a dial-up connection. Gotta hate this state
    but i'll get to the library and check it out and let you know tomorrow
    again thanks
     
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    Try this, great pics!
     

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    jesus toytime, you are great
    that will do it. Great help.
    I can clean one and fix the other now.
    thankyou very much.
     
  9. Haughnph

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    I though this was about a crankcase
     
  10. Pilotgeek

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    Me too...

    FYI

    Crankcase:
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    Crankset:
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    Bottom Bracket:
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