How do you remove a bike crank without a puller?
Helpful Ways To Remove Your Bike Crank Without Actually Using a Puller
- Step 1: Put on Gloves to Protect Yourself, Clean the Parts, and Pop the Safety Tab.
- Step 2: Remove the Bike Crank Nuts or Bolts.
- Step 3: Remove all Washers.
- Step 4: Identify the Crank and Turn the Coupler.
What can I use if I don’t have a crank puller?
Spanner and screwdriver
Instead of using a crank puller, you can use a spanner and a screwdriver. If you are looking to get Allen keys, spanners, and screwdrivers, consider the BIKEHAND Bike Repair Tool Kit. The tool kit has so many essential tools that you can use for your DIY bike repairs and maintenance.
How do you change a pedal spindle on a bike?
Place your pedal wrench on the spindle flats or hex wrench into the port on the inside of the crank arm. Push hard to loosen the spindle: Clockwise for the left-side pedal, counter-clockwise for the right. Continue rotating the spindle until the pedal is free and repeat on the opposite side.
What is a crank extractor?
Crank pullers are used for the removal of basic three-piece crank types: square-type spindle arms, and splined-type spindle arms. Crank fit showing wear with spindle end flush with crank fitting.