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No bolt on right crank
#1
Dear all,

I have difficulty removing the right crank of my bike. The left crank is just a regular square taper crank, which I easily removed with a crank puller. I don't know how to remove the right crank however, since there seems to be no crank bolt. See the attachment for a picture.

Can anyone tell me how to remove the right crank? Your help is very much appreciated!

Lucas
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#2
Is the spindle (axle) attached to the crank still, sorry hard to see of it is.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Yes, it's still attached.
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#4
I've just figured it out. It seems to be fixed to the spindle. After loosening the spindle on the left side, the whole thing came out from the right.
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