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4/26/2013 5:24 AM

my right Bottom Bracket are loose and same for the left crank wich tools should i get to adjust them or tighten them up

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4/26/2013 6:00 AM

My head hurts.

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4/26/2013 6:00 AM

ii Krxfted wrote:

My head hurts.

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4/26/2013 6:30 AM

I would suggest a remedial course in English and Grammar at school before attempting ANYTHING involving tools.

That being said, go to your local shop. They can educate you on adjusting your bottom bracket (there is only one, no left and right) and how to properly tighten up your crank arms.

The issue is that you gave us absolutely NO information other than imaginary parts are loose. We do not know what cranks you have, what type of bottom bracket you have, and we do not know what frame you have. Enlighten us with more information at the minimum if you expect some help.

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4/26/2013 6:42 AM

I'd assume loose bb means unsealed American bb

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4/26/2013 6:45 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

I would suggest a remedial course in English and Grammar at school before attempting ANYTHING involving tools.

That being said, go to your local shop. They can educate you on adjusting your bottom bracket (there is only one, no left and right) and how to properly tighten up your crank arms.

The issue is that you gave us absolutely NO information other than imaginary parts are loose. We do not know what cranks you have, what type of bottom bracket you have, and we do not know what frame you have. Enlighten us with more information at the minimum if you expect some help.

SALT “AM” tubular 3pc crank crmo 170mm, 8 spline thats the crank

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4/26/2013 8:33 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

I would suggest a remedial course in English and Grammar at school before attempting ANYTHING involving tools.

That being said, go to your local shop. They can educate you on adjusting your bottom bracket (there is only one, no left and right) and how to properly tighten up your crank arms.

The issue is that you gave us absolutely NO information other than imaginary parts are loose. We do not know what cranks you have, what type of bottom bracket you have, and we do not know what frame you have. Enlighten us with more information at the minimum if you expect some help.

He isn't from an English speaking country and judging by his spelling of 'which' he didn't use a Translator tool to write any of that, so I think his English is actually fairly impressive.

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4/26/2013 10:37 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

I would suggest a remedial course in English and Grammar at school before attempting ANYTHING involving tools.

That being said, go to your local shop. They can educate you on adjusting your bottom bracket (there is only one, no left and right) and how to properly tighten up your crank arms.

The issue is that you gave us absolutely NO information other than imaginary parts are loose. We do not know what cranks you have, what type of bottom bracket you have, and we do not know what frame you have. Enlighten us with more information at the minimum if you expect some help.

BMX_Forever wrote:

He isn't from an English speaking country and judging by his spelling of 'which' he didn't use a Translator tool to write any of that, so I think his English is actually fairly impressive.

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you probably need a set of allen wrenches to tighten it up

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