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Old 09-24-08, 02:57 PM
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tommyd49
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Wedge a chisel between the crank and the BB which is about the thickness of the gap. If it's the right thickness you should be able to either press down on it or hit it with a mallet. You'll need to take the chisel in and put it back to its original position every time you do about a quarter turn, so it's a slow process, but it works.
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