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12/5/2010 12:38 PM

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i have stolen cranks and im installing them on a new frame and have a couple questions.

which side does the silver spacer go on?
and where does the concave cover go? and the smaller one?
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12/5/2010 12:40 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/5/2010 4:33 PM

For the cones, the bigger one goes on the non drive side (side without the sprocket)

the smaller one goes on the drive side.

Those aren't spacers, there cone washers. They seal your bb. Sorry I screwed it up

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12/5/2010 12:41 PM

the silver thing is for your sprocket. its an adapter.

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12/5/2010 12:44 PM

Bmxallday125 wrote:

For the cones, the bigger one goes on the non drive side (side without the sprocket)

the smaller one goes on the drive side.

Those aren't spacers, there cone washers. They seal your bb. Sorry I screwed it up

alright thanks so much. so those are my spacers? cause thats all i took off my old frame and i didnt have any crank arm spacers. is that fine?

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12/5/2010 12:44 PM

millsaps wrote:

the silver thing is for your sprocket. its an adapter.

so that goes on my drive side right?

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12/5/2010 12:45 PM

millsaps wrote:

the silver thing is for your sprocket. its an adapter.

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so that goes on my drive side right?

yeah under the sprocket so it fit on the spindle tight.

http://www.danscomp.com/install/Poverty_POW_Three-Piece_Crank_Install.pdf

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12/5/2010 12:47 PM

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so that goes on my drive side right?

yeah that goes in your sprocket onto the spindle.... and that thing with no other spacers is fine aslong as its doing the trick (Y)

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jarrod

12/5/2010 12:52 PM

you might have to buy spacers if the spindle is too long.

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12/5/2010 12:52 PM

millsaps wrote:

the silver thing is for your sprocket. its an adapter.

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so that goes on my drive side right?

millsaps wrote:

yeah under the sprocket so it fit on the spindle tight.

http://www.danscomp.com/install/Poverty_POW_Three-Piece_Crank_Install.pdf

alright so i put my small cone spacer on my drive side, then put the adapter on, then the sprocket and cranks and thats it?

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12/5/2010 1:00 PM

cupovjoe wrote:

you might have to buy spacers if the spindle is too long.

but it was fine for the frame before so i dont think i would need

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12/5/2010 1:01 PM

word of advice for next time you pull anything apart just put them down in order.

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jarrod

12/5/2010 1:08 PM

cupovjoe wrote:

you might have to buy spacers if the spindle is too long.

Northwest Steeze wrote:

but it was fine for the frame before so i dont think i would need

yeah but your bb could be short.

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12/5/2010 1:11 PM

cupovjoe wrote:

you might have to buy spacers if the spindle is too long.

Northwest Steeze wrote:

but it was fine for the frame before so i dont think i would need

cupovjoe wrote:

yeah but your bb could be short.

well its the same BB i had on my old frame

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12/5/2010 1:12 PM

so which goes first on my drive side. my adapter or my cone spacer?

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12/5/2010 1:14 PM

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so which goes first on my drive side. my adapter or my cone spacer?

You really don't know how to do this?

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12/5/2010 1:18 PM

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so which goes first on my drive side. my adapter or my cone spacer?

stayfitlife wrote:

You really don't know how to do this?

no lol ive never done it before. you could of just told me which one goes first

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12/5/2010 1:21 PM

Northwest Steeze wrote:

so which goes first on my drive side. my adapter or my cone spacer?

stayfitlife wrote:

You really don't know how to do this?

Northwest Steeze wrote:

no lol ive never done it before. you could of just told me which one goes first

The adapter goes into the bore of the sprocket.

Just remember the cones always touch the bearing.

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12/5/2010 1:24 PM

stayfitlife wrote:

You really don't know how to do this?

Northwest Steeze wrote:

no lol ive never done it before. you could of just told me which one goes first

stayfitlife wrote:

The adapter goes into the bore of the sprocket.

Just remember the cones always touch the bearing.

alright thanks

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12/5/2010 2:35 PM

Northwest Steeze wrote:

no lol ive never done it before. you could of just told me which one goes first

stayfitlife wrote:

The adapter goes into the bore of the sprocket.

Just remember the cones always touch the bearing.

Northwest Steeze wrote:

alright thanks

the conespacer then adapter

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12/5/2010 2:38 PM

Drive Side: Bearing, Spacer, Adapter for your sprocket, Sprocket, Crank Arm, Sprocket Bolt, Crank Arm Bolt.
Non-Driver Side: Bearing, Spacer, Crank Arm, Crank Arm Bolt

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12/5/2010 2:54 PM

the silver thing is a sprocket/ chainwheel adapter to fit it on the spindle and the fatter spacer goes on the none drive side of your bike. (non-drive side means the side without the chainwheel)

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