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Old 09-26-05, 02:19 AM   #1
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I have a problem which i think is minor but im not sure. When i am pedaling i have no problem but when i stop pedaling and start again there is some play in the cranks. It does this consistantly, doenst seem right and its anoying.

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Well, the problem is that you've stopped pedalling then! Why'd you do that?
Err, have you tried tightening the bolt down at all? Maybe they're just loose on the spindle.
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