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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
Grant,
The pics posted are of an adjustable cup side. Cyclocommute sent the right info on removing the fixed cup and then using a bolt and nut assembly aka Sheldon Brown method to remove the adjustable cup. I have some specialty tools here that I use for this type of repair but they are a bit pricey. I suggest the method mentioned above to remove the BB from the fixed side first. Smiles, MH
In this instance, I wouldn’t remove the fixed cup first. The tool clamping method would make for a better connection and provide for more leverage to remove a cross threaded cup. Leaving the spindle in place will stabilize the tools as well.
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