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CelestialLife33
9/11/2012 10:08 PM

Well my cranks are very close to my frames chainstay and i have no clue on how to fix it. And some times i have even hit the chainstay with the crank when riding. Can someone please give me a tip or some legit way to fix this. Thanks




Nah Guy

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radiosimon
9/12/2012 3:11 AM

just add more spacers

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CelestialLife33
9/12/2012 7:12 AM

Ok, where would I get the spacers? I have nothing
laying around at home...

Nah Guy

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iRace
9/12/2012 8:08 AM

go to your local shop and ask for crank arm spacers, or, if you have crank spacers on your non drive side, take a few of those and put them on the other side. You will need to know if your spindle is 22mm or 19mm in diameter to get spacers. It should say it on the spindle. ** When you are putting spacers on the drive side, you need to make sure that you don't put too many on, because if your sprocket isn't in line with your driver on your hub, your chain might snap/pop. and you'll die.

ILIKEDIRT

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sketchytravis
9/12/2012 2:05 PM

go to your lbs and if theyre closed or you dont have one go to a hardware store with it and have em match you up a couple

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bmxsteve715
9/15/2012 8:17 AM

did ur cranks come originally like this, or ddid they bend?

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CelestialLife33
9/15/2012 8:43 AM
bmxsteve715 wrote:

did ur cranks come ...more

Yeah man, haven't done a thing to them

Nah Guy

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