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Old 09-21-05, 05:32 PM   #1
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specialized vegas tr-x

hey guys i have a specialized vegas tr-x and i bought a new crank oddy black widow i cant get the stock bb out i have the crank arms off but thats it any sugggestions thanks J
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You'll probably need some sort of BB tool.
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hammer to spindle, hammer + screwdriver to bearings
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do you now where i could get one
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ill try that thank you
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No hammer needed. Go to your LBS and ask for the proper tool. Even if you build your tool kit one tool at a time, you'll save money in the long run.
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No hammer needed. Go to your LBS and ask for the proper tool. Even if you build your tool kit one tool at a time, you'll save money in the long run.

that's how i take out bearings, and i use a 2x4 to put them in. He needs a new crank
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that's how i take out bearings, and i use a 2x4 to put them in. He needs a new crank
Yeah, but he's Wonderbread, so maybe someone will buy him some tools.
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the hammer worked fine i didnt want to damage the stock crank when taking it out thoughbc i want it for a specialized fuse i have that i dont use to often
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the hammer worked fine i didnt want to damage the stock crank when taking it out thoughbc i want it for a specialized fuse i have that i dont use to often

is the stock crank sealed? if it is you're better off using that
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yeh its sealed
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use the old one and try to return the ody.
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ill put the oddy on another one of my bikes like my fmf race bike
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you don't get it. sell the odyssey. it is ****
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