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Changing Cranks
#1
I am trying to change out cranks from ccm to another ccm I hope some one can see this and help thanks!
sorry will try to add other crank in the morning
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#2
(03-30-2010, 11:07 PM)jackoftraits Wrote:  I am trying to change out cranks from ccm to another ccm I hope some one can see this and help thanks!
sorry will try to add other crank in the morning
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#3
Hey it worked but didn't! They match up but the sprockets for top bike are not bent out like the bottom so it rubs against frame darn sooo close. Anyways looking for bike parts in Ontario for ccm revenge adult bike only need sprockets and pedal don't make fun if i am saying it wrong I am a newbie! Thanks all
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#4
Not sure what you are saying here. Just get a new crank set and a BB and install it. You will need to know what size BB you have. And you will need a crank puller as well. And by the looks of your chain you need one of them too. Go to Amazon.com and do a search for what you need.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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#5
Give you a couple of hints. First I must say this, your chain looks like it is in dire need of a good cleaning/lube or replacement. You can get away with just cleaning it for now but for all sakes please do put some oil on it. Next count the teeth on each sprocket on the old one and then count the teeth on the new one. If the new one has less teeth then your chain maybe too long. Also did you change out the whole bottom bracket assembly? The other axle maybe longer in length allowing you the clearance you need.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#6
I hear about the oil and the chain the bike was given to me last year and just getting to it now. Thank you for the advice. Will try amazon if anyone else knows anywhere else that would be awesome thank you John
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#7
Jack I just wanted you to know I say that with concern not to ridicule ya. It really stinks being on a ride and the chain all of a sudden breaks a link, I have been there and had to walk a about 3.5 miles Sad just because I thought it would hold. I read my post again and if you took as me being a hard ace then I apologize as I was not trying to be like that. Amazon is a really good place to shop. There is the old ebay, although I think the pricing is outrageous. As far as online bicycle suppliers just google or yahoo the part you are looking for Wink.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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