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Old 06-05-07, 12:40 PM   #1
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cautered crank removal

I have a cautered crank on an steel frame that i'm making into a ten speed. I'd like the grease up the bottom bracket but I've never pulled apart a cautered crank before. how is this done?
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I have a cautered crank on an steel frame that i'm making into a ten speed. I'd like the grease up the bottom bracket but I've never pulled apart a cautered crank before. how is this done?
See my article on the subject: http://sheldonbrown.com/cotters

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God damn, thanks. Ten minutes ago I was pretty bummed, now I can get my **** done.
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