2003 Specialized Hardrock, 2004 LOOK KG386i, 2005 Iron Horse Warrior Expert, 2009 Pedal Force CX1
There should be two pinch bolts on the non-drive crank arm that need to be loosened. Then there's a screw where the standard crank arm bolt would be, but on an outboard bearing setup this screw is just used to draw the non-drive side arm onto the BB spindle. Remove this screw and the non-drive side arm should slide off. Then you can use a rubber mallet to hit the spindle and drive the drive-side arm out of the bearings.
Its on very very tight. Me (170) and another guy (240) held the crank as I tried to turn the bolt. I'm afraid to lock it down in a vice or any similar device because its aluminum and very thin and frail. I'm going to try using a breaker bar while another person holds down the other crank arm down ...
Last edited by Montezumas_vipe; 08-17-08 at 10:07 PM.