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  1. Afternoon, Up for sale is a Mongoose stamped crank. Made in Japan '81. This is the longer crank, I believe 178mm (measured from centre of spindle area to centre of pedal thread). Let me know if this is wrong. Happy to post a pic next to my ruler if you need to check. The crank has been previously powdered black and is used with a few scuffs and scratches to the finish. Threads all look good etc. Photos show condition. $80 by PayPal includes fees. Postage extra, probably a $13.40 Aus Post bag. Pick up in lower north side Sydney. Dibs rules.
  2. Time for a crank clear out, all prices include postage within Australia PLEASE READ: Dibs then Pm, Paypal payment within 1 hour of dibs please or DD , your choice, please put your username as a reference in Paypal, item will be posted next day and will ONLY be posted to the address you put in Paypal, so please make sure it is correct. No offer, swaps or trades please.. 1. Sugino Cr-Mo 180mm - Dated 83 - $85- Posted Australia Wide - SOLD 2. Mongoose stamped 165mm - Dated 81 - $80- Posted Australia Wide - SOLD 3. Mongoose Stamped 175mm with 100% patina wear - Dated 81 - $85- Posted Australia Wide - 4. Sugino Cr-Mo 175mm Stamped - Dated 86 - $75.00 - Posted Australia Wide - SOLD 5. Sugino Cr-Mo 175mm Stamped - Dated 84 - $70.00 - Posted Australia Wide 6. Takagi MX 170 x 24 Show Chromed with Chromed BB as per pics, Dated 81 - $95.00 posted Australia Wide - SOLD
  3. PLEASE NOTE: All these cranks have been pulled form survivor bikes. They have been closely checked and confirmed they're straight and ALL threads are working (not stripped). - Pedal spindles have been screwed into LEft/Right sides 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/Spider-locknut (drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/cone-locknut (non drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - ALL these cranks could do with a re-chrome for show purposes, or leave "as is" for vintage build/rider. I don't sell broken untested crap! ....on with the show...... Crank #3 - TAKAGI CR-MO 170x24 - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI CR-MO 170x24" 1 piece crank - BLACK. 170mm length crank-arms. Black coating worn off crankarms as usual - Needs a re-black coating. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #8 - DK Cr-Mo - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "DK Cr-Mo" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. The chrome in some areas is freckling a bit, could do with a re-chrome. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $30. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #9 - LC 178 Cr-Mo - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "LC 178 Cr-Mo" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. The "Cr-Mo" is stamped on the drive-side arm. The non drive is either not stamped, or well worn. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $30. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #10 - TAKAGI Cr-Mo 175x24 - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI CR-MO 175x24" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) This is remarkably clean, almost unused stock, except i pulled it from a display bike. Closely checked and confirmed it's straight and ALL threads are working (not stripped). - Pedal spindles have been screwed into LEft/Right sides 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/Spider-locknut (drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/cone-locknut (non drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. $60. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #11 - TAKAGI Cr-Mo "GRANDE" - 175x24 - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI CR-MO GRANDE 175x24" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. Takagi "GRANDE" cranks are super strong, and feature unique triangular shaped arms instead of regular round/oval shaped arms. (hard to see in pix). NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) This has immaculate show-chrome finish and needs nothing done to it, other than fit it to a bling bike gor show. Closely checked and confirmed it's straight and ALL threads are working (not stripped). - Pedal spindles have been screwed into LEft/Right sides 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/Spider-locknut (drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/cone-locknut (non drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. $80. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. The end . . .
  4. Hi all, just require some advice on the removal of the new school profile crank arms from a 19mm splined spindle. I've tried looking in past topics but have had little luck finding any help for removal. Anyway, the Profile instructions say to "scew in the instalation tool bolt into the spindle, and belt the shit out of it!" This would work, but seems a bit dodgy, since I would have thought this would put all of the force on the BB sealed bearings. How have other members removed their Profile crank arms? Are pullers available? Surely these are a better idea with less potential for damage. Any help would be greatly appreciated.