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Old 05-08-12, 01:50 PM
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You'll need a bicycle specific crank puller to get the cranks off, and then a lockring tool (or hammer and screwdriver if you are cheap...) to get the the bottom bracket lockring off. Then it's just a normal repack like a hub or headset. Any bike shop should have these tools in the $10-20 range.

Originally Posted by sauze View Post
I dream of a trashed frame like this , build it up weird and comfy and never look back.
I do this all the time. That's the fun of using an old trashed bike. No one cares what you do with it! There are lots of neglected bikes out there.
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