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Old 11-05-07, 02:44 PM
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The Motobecane bottom bracket most likely has Swiss threads (like French but with reversed threading on the fixed cup side.) The Peugeot most certainly has French threads. This will make switching the cranks difficult unless you can get the Stronglight spindle to work with the existing Motobecane bottom bracket cups.

You should get a someone with a genuine Stronglight crank extractor to pull the cranks (unless you have one yourself, of course!). The Stronglight has its own threading, as does TA, and neither is the same as Campy/Shimano/Sugino.
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