4 1. FIRST NOTE: All operators must read and understand all sections of this owner’s manual before their initial operation of the bicycle. If after reading this manual in its entirety you have any questions, please contact your authorized dealer for clarification or an explanation of specific topics that you areFile Size: 1MB. Jun 02, 5. Everything looks right. Whenever using a crank puller but especially when it's taking a lot of force, it's very important to have the tool installed into the crank arm with some real torque, not just finger tight and never loose.
You can grease the threads if there's roughness. Here with the nutted spindle it's a good idea to start with the.
Aug 13, Do not remove the retaining ring. Check that the retaining ring is secured into the arm before starting removal. Begin unthreading crank bolt using hex wrench. Continue loosening until crank arm slides off spindle. Remove remaining crank arm. Take note of the location and orientation of any washers and spacers as you are removing.
Aug 13, Turn spindle driver clockwise. When driver meets spindle, resistance will be felt. Continue threading driver into puller until crank is removed. Secure puller nut into crank Turn handle to pull arm from spindle Unthread crank puller tool from crank.
Use care not to skin knuckles when removing tool. Repeat process on other side. 3 Crank Installation. Raleigh cups are no longer made, but they are extremely hard.
Used cups in good condition may often be salvaged from a trashed frame. Raleigh bottom bracket shells are wider than the standard 68 mm width of B.S.C/ISO bottom brackets, commonly anywhere from 71 mm to 76 mm. As a result, you'll need a longer-than-normal spindle.