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Old 10-03-07, 07:48 PM   #1
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A little BMX type help needed

There are some werid ass noises coming crank region, sorry I'm not that good at bike mechanics but, how do I take the crap in the first pic apart? Is there something I can clean or do so it stops making sqeeky almost grinding type noises? Main question, how do I take the first pic sh*t apart? Sorry..., don't laugh! sorry my bike is fu*kin filthy



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[QUOTE=eclc350;5386631]There are some werid ass noises coming crank region, sorry I'm not that good at bike mechanics but, how do I take the crap in the first pic apart? Is there something I can clean or do so it stops making sqeeky almost grinding type noises? Main question, how do I take the first pic sh*t apart? Sorry..., don't laugh! sorry my bike is fu*kin filthy

You have what is called a "one-piece", or "Astabula" crank. Everything you need to know to take it apart and service it can be found here:

http://www.parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=92

You will need one of those SPA-4 pin spanners (the widget with the yellow handle) to do the job. You can get them for less than $10 at a bike shop.
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Alright thanks a lot. WTP: Your'e help was even better!
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