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  1. Mister Meaner
    23-05-2011 10:19 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    You can replace just the chain rings, or do away with the big on and get a bash guard. Loads of new trail bikes are coming with just 2 front chain rings.
  2. Mister Meaner
    23-05-2011 10:12 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    So you have damaged teeth on your chainwheels? and i would upgrade the bottom bracket, your quite big so if you can upgrade to shimano saint if it will fit as they are still light but speced for downhill.
  3. Mister Meaner
    23-05-2011 09:38 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    Its the bottom bracket thats knackered and needs replacing, to get your cranks back on just push them on and tighten them up with an allen key, they will pull themselfs on.
  4. FreakOonique
    23-05-2011 12:05 AM - permalink
    Haha, yes but then it's good to learn a little for yourself too. That book will help you get where you want to be
  5. FreakOonique
    22-05-2011 11:41 PM - permalink
    Haha, well it'll make for a good read. Being armed with info and facts is the best place to start
  6. FreakOonique
    22-05-2011 11:28 PM - permalink
    Yes, that's the one. Infact, anything by him and Alwyn Cosgrove make for a very informed read
  7. Mister Meaner
    22-05-2011 09:24 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    which bit were you bashing?

    heres the self extractors.

    M15 Crank Bolts (Extracting) Octalink ISIS (RED) NEW! | eBay UK
  8. Mister Meaner
    22-05-2011 09:08 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    Be deore are they?
  9. Mister Meaner
    22-05-2011 08:59 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    Now worries cheif, search self extracting crank bolts on ebay, saves needing a tool in the future, need to get the right ones for you cranks/bottom bracket though. are they shimano cranks?
  10. Mister Meaner
    22-05-2011 08:51 PM - permalink
    Mister Meaner
    My only guess then is its the wrong tool, nip down halfords.

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