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Old 09-04-12, 06:57 PM   #1
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identifying a part

anyone what this item is for? its from inside the crank and it fell off when i removed the crank to paint my singlespeed motobecane road bike.
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Could it be the Octalink adapter off your crank puller?

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You know there's a Bicycle Mechanics forum, right?

Also, hairnet is correct.
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