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Old 03-28-11, 05:18 AM   #1
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Lady Centurion Bike BB removal tool

Hi,
I would like to dissasemble this BB, to service it.
What tool do I need to buy to do this job?
I did search the Park Tool site, but didn't find this 6 notches tool.
I do have the crank arm puller. I just need the special wrench for the
two sides cups.

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Kfir

Left side 6 notches locker ring:


Drive side:
Sorry for the picture, but there are two notches that makes this ring
rectangular.
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Ok,
Looking again at the park website I found the green pin spanner.
http://www.parktool.com/product/pin-spanner-green
The bottom bracket in the picture seems like my case.
Do I need another spanner with this tool?

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in addition to the pin spanner you will need a bb lockring tool or lockring pliers and a fixed bb cup tool
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You may note that servicing that bottom bracket does not require removing the fixed cup.
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http://www.parktool.com/product/cran...t-wrench-HCW-5

or something like it for the lock ring.
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You may note that servicing that bottom bracket does not require removing the fixed cup.
could that be why it is called a "fixed cup"??
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or something like it for the lock ring.
I have just ordered this spanner and the green spanner. Hope it will suffice.
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Can you provide a link for reading how to service this bottom bracket? Or maybe a search term in Google?

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Can you provide a link for reading how to service this bottom bracket? Or maybe a search term in Google?

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"Loose bearing bottom bracket" ought to find a couple zillion pages. This should be all you need:
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-...racket-service

Your BB old school, but that's what I learned on. I could probably rebuild one blindfold.
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"Loose bearing bottom bracket" ought to find a couple zillion pages. This should be all you need:
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-...racket-service

Your BB old school, but that's what I learned on. I could probably rebuild one blindfold.
Thanks Jeff,
This is what I needed.

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