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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg View Post
    Here is a picture of the arms with the Sugino logo I have.

    Looking for a replacement left crank arm with this logo. Crank I have is a Sugino No 5 FE-WB from 1982

    Attachment 393631Attachment 393632Attachment 393633


    Would be VERY MUCH appreciated if someone can do a search with me to help me find these crank arms. Will buy a crank arm set if needed (within reason) to match the one I have.
    ...pretty sure they came in different lengths (165-170-175) which you need to specify.

    And I think it unlikely someone here will have a set they want to break up. If you specify
    the length (usually stamped on the arm) I'll look in our orphans at the co-op on Saturday.

    Don't get your hopes up. It's pretty rare you come up with one that matches exactly in terms of manufacture.
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    ^ his is 170mm, 3a.

    i would just pick up a sugino 170mm left arm on ebay for $20 delivered. or ask in the "iso" thread.

    better yet, i would go down to my lbs/co-op and spend $20 on a used but better looking crankset (with dust caps).

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    Of course the best solution is to replace the crank arm.
    But I wonder if it couldn't be saved. If you filed the flats flat again, and then bevelled the inner edges so the arm wouldn't bottom against the spindle, the fit could be OK again. The arm will go a bit further in, so probably you'd need a thin flange washer under the nut. I've never tried it, but if you know how to use a file, it might work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reynolds View Post
    Of course the best solution is to replace the crank arm.
    But I wonder if it couldn't be saved. If you filed the flats flat again, and then bevelled the inner edges so the arm wouldn't bottom against the spindle, the fit could be OK again. The arm will go a bit further in, so probably you'd need a thin flange washer under the nut. I've never tried it, but if you know how to use a file, it might work.
    ...it's a press fit, and the angles are pretty precise. I'm good with a file, and I could not do what you suggest.

    As stated previously, I'm sure bedding compound would work once, if you were willing to cut the thing off with a grinder
    next time you wanted to service the bearings, or in the case of the non drive arm, leave it attached to the spindle and
    remove the adjustable cup to service. Seems like a lot of work for a not so special crank set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg View Post
    Here is a picture of the arms with the Sugino logo I have.

    Looking for a replacement left crank arm with this logo. Crank I have is a Sugino No 5 FE-WB from 1982

    Attachment 393631Attachment 393632Attachment 393633


    Would be VERY MUCH appreciated if someone can do a search with me to help me find these crank arms. Will buy a crank arm set if needed (within reason) to match the one I have.
    I don't know what help I can be, but the model of your crank is the Silstar. Sungino made them for probably 15 years and the aesthetics changed during that time. The crank I I linked to at Velobase.com VeloBase.com - Component: Sugino No. 5 / Silstar was one of the 70's older styles. The newer 80's style looks more like yours and and they showed up on the 80-83 Schwinn Travelers http://bikecatalogs.org/SCHWINN/1983...1983Ltwt10.JPG ;they didn't have the Sugino name on the arm, but that might have been at request of Schwinn.
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    ...I checked today, and we have no 170 mm cranks at all, single arms or sets. Sorry.
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    I've gone ahead to try & find a crank arm to match the crank I have for my No 5 FE-WB. It doesn't have to say "Sugino" on it, but it would look nicer if i can find one that does.

    Have made one discovery - from the Sugino Catalog I have, it looks as if they used the same arm on BOTH the No. 6 FE-RB & No. 66 FE-TR. If this information is correct, I could be one step closer to broadening my search.

    Could someone please verify if this information is correct as the catalog I have only shows the right side & not the left???

    Here is the catalog I have - Copy & put into your browser bar.

    http://www.equusbicycle.com/bike/sug...hure56%202.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg View Post
    Here is the pictures I Have on the crank arm.

    Is this the culprit & is there enough material still here to work with to try a cheap fix??

    Attachment 393167Attachment 393168Attachment 393169Attachment 393170Attachment 393171Attachment 393172Attachment 393173Attachment 393174
    After re-reading this thread again & seeing the advice - does my crank have a JIS or an ISO interface??

    Do not want to pay for & receive the wrong crank arm style. How do I tell which is which??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg View Post
    After re-reading this thread again & seeing the advice - does my crank have a JIS or an ISO interface??

    Do not want to pay for & receive the wrong crank arm style. How do I tell which is which??
    It's JIS.

    The number of styles of ISO-taper Sugino cranks was quite small, limited to Mighty arms and Sugino75 models.

    Your bb spindle is nutted as well, and I've not seen an ISO bb with nutted spindle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg View Post
    I've gone ahead to try & find a crank arm to match the crank I have for my No 5 FE-WB. It doesn't have to say "Sugino" on it, but it would look nicer if i can find one that does.

    Have made one discovery - from the Sugino Catalog I have, it looks as if they used the same arm on BOTH the No. 6 FE-RB & No. 66 FE-TR. If this information is correct, I could be one step closer to broadening my search.

    Could someone please verify if this information is correct as the catalog I have only shows the right side & not the left???

    Here is the catalog I have - Copy & put into your browser bar.

    http://www.equusbicycle.com/bike/sug...hure56%202.pdf

    Am looking at a crank arm from a Sugino MS on Ebay.

    Sugino MS 170mm Silver Left LP Arm | eBay

    I can't really tell from the picture but would this be anything similar looking to what I have??? (Size interface is JIS & length is 170mm)

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    With a budget of $26, you could buy a complete Sugino crankset that would be equal to or better than what you have:

    Sugino Crank 50 40 170mm | eBay
    Sugino Cranks and Chainrings 170mm | eBay

    And those were just two out of many completed auctions I found when searching for "sugino 170".
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    Damn it! This was the one I needed & matched mine. Looked all over for this, now it's gone!

    Sugino Crank 50 40 170mm | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
    With a budget of $26, you could buy a complete Sugino crankset that would be equal to or better than what you have:

    Sugino Crank 50 40 170mm | eBay
    Sugino Cranks and Chainrings 170mm | eBay

    And those were just two out of many completed auctions I found when searching for "sugino 170".
    Trying to get just the arm if possible, don't need the extra parts! Wish I would have found this link sooner!

    Sugino Crank 50 40 170mm | eBay

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    I have a hard time with left arms failing. I can look tonight as I have several boxes (small boxes) of lefts.
    Looking for 25 or 26T Dura Ace uniglide cogs both cassette and FW. Can trade NOS 22 or 24T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikemore View Post
    I have a hard time with left arms failing. I can look tonight as I have several boxes (small boxes) of lefts.
    Thank you. Please reply back when you know what you have.

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