hopefully this isnt too dumb of a question. i did go through the sticky and didn't find what i was looking for. maybe i'm looking for the wrong thing?
i recently picked up a used supersix. I would like to get it stripped down to the frame to give it a good cleaning, especially behind the front chainrings. the bike has a FSA SL-K crank.
i consider myself fairly mechanically inclined, i dont have an issue pulling the FD, RD, brakes, and reinstalling and adjusting back to be able to shift properly...but im not finding anything on how to remove this crank. again, maybe im searching for the wrong thing.
on my old bike (2011 CAAD8), theres a tension bolt and a couple allen bolts to clamp the crank arm on. the SL-K crank isnt like that. im not sure if the tension bolt on this crank is actually holding everything together, and i can just pull that and pull the chain, FD, and non driveside arm off and the remove the crank, or is there more involved in this?
thanks in advance, and hopefully i didnt overlook an easy answer