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Old 12-10-2012, 11:16 AM   #8
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I tried a decent-sized bearing puller. The Clymer manual recommends putting a penny on the nose of the crankshaft to prevent the bearing puller from damaging the threads. I ended up pushing the penny right into the nose. Bye-bye crankshaft (it was damaged anyway).

I ended up biting the bullet and bought the Airhead multi tool set from Cycleworks. Not cheap, but everything came apart and went back together smoooooooooothly.
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