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Is this just a dust cap or does it have to be very tight?

Old 12-07-23, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by pstock
It was actually $1.50 (stuff is more expensive up here in Canada).

I'll see how this holds up Now

That will depend on how much damage you've done to the crank splines by repeatedly riding it under torqued.
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Fortunately i have a vast supply of Bottom Brackets and Crank sets i can swap on if necessary
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