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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2011 11:53 pm 
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sausagefingers wrote:
well,that didn't quite go to plan.the 5p is now half the size it started out as and is well and truly stuffed down inside the bottom bracket.the cranks were being thrown anyway but i guess there's a lot to be said for using the correct tool :cry:



ooops! all mine go shape themselves to that shape of the crank tool and go domed shaped! one is still presently stuck to the end of the tool!


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i just bought myself a new crank extractor with the added adapter.
i needed a new one anyway as the threads had stripped off my old one.


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