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Subject: Re: Mk 1 chopper crank arm


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Ken
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Date Posted: Tue, Jul 30 2013, 0:22:50 GMT-4
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Mk 1 chopper crank arm" on Sat, Jul 27 2013, 5:37:50 GMT-4

Remove the chain guard, undo the nut on the crank and on the chainwheel. Give the end that you removed the nut from a tap with a hammer and the pins should come out the other side. Warning: There is a good chance that the cotter pins will be stuck in and wont budge. Hit them too much and you will ruin the bit you are hitting. You might need new cotter pins (ebay). If they get all bent up then a vice or clamp might be needed.

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