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Pedals hub dust cap - where to buy?

Old 04-30-21, 01:56 AM
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Pedals hub dust cap - where to buy?

I need to buy new dust caps for pedals hub where they sell those?


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Old 04-30-21, 02:53 AM
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That is called the bottom bracket. Ebay or many of different bicycle vendors.
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That is a cottered crank. There are no dust caps for a crank spindle like that
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Ebay. Search for "sharp bottom bracket boot." Different than yours but same basic idea. Not made anymore so very expensive now. Also very unnecessary.
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Ebay. Search for "sharp bottom bracket boot." Different than yours but same basic idea. Not made anymore so very expensive now. Also very unnecessary.
I am used to have sand and bearings destroyed every 1-3 months because of it.
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