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Old 08-13-10, 03:35 PM   #1
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What tools do I need to remove 2010 Shimano 105 cranks? Replacing with SRAM.

Just got a Quarq powermeter/SRAM 975 and am itching to install it.

What tools do I need to remove the 2010 Shimano 105 and to install the new SRAM 975?

Crank puller? Bottom bracket tool? Etc?

Thanks!!
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Old 08-14-10, 12:33 PM   #2
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This will remove the 105 crank preload screw and the BB. You need a 5mm allem wrench for the left crank bolts. http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product...2_10000_200497
It should also work with the Sram BB.
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I think the external BB stuff has agreed upon the diameter of the axle tube attached to the right arm,

You may get away with just changing the 2 arm assemblies themselves. [preload & 5mm allen removal ]

But if your powermeter has to be interfacing the Bearing assemblys themselves , then you have to pull them too.

I don't know about Italian Bike tool sources , Wiggle and Chain Reaction and SJS,
all in the UK, will ship anywhere .

Nashbar in the states will, probably, too .
credit card numbers do many things in far away places.
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I think the external BB stuff has agreed upon the diameter of the axle tube attached to the right arm,

You may get away with just changing the 2 arm assemblies themselves. [preload & 5mm allen removal ]

But if your powermeter has to be interfacing the Bearing assemblys themselves , then you have to pull them too.

I don't know about Italian Bike tool sources , Wiggle and Chain Reaction and SJS,
all in the UK, will ship anywhere .

Nashbar in the states will, probably, too .
credit card numbers do many things in far away places.
shimano and sram bbs are not the same or compatible with each other. mainly the non drive side
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Old 08-14-10, 03:47 PM   #5
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Power meter is worse than a speedometer, do a lot of work and the data is going to say "is that all you can do?"..
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