Bikes are a great mode of transportation, and they can also be a lot of fun. However, if something goes wrong with your bike, it can be a headache to fix it. If your bike’s crank needs to be removed and you don’t have a crank puller, don’t worry – there is still a way to do it. In this blog post, we will show you how to remove a bike crank without using a puller. Keep reading for more information.
Step by Step Instructions
1. Park your bike on a level surface and put the kickstand down.
Remove the cap from the end of the right crank arm using a wrench.
2. loosen the bolts that hold the crank in place with a wrench. You may need to use a cheater bar or an assistant to help you remove the bolts.
3. unscrew the pedals from the crank arms using an Allen key or a pedal wrench.
4. remove the chain from the chainring by lifting it off of the teeth.
5. use a bike crank puller to remove the remaining parts of the crank from the bottom bracket spindle.
6. reassemble your bike in reverse order, starting with installing the new crankset onto the bottom bracket spindle.
7. screw the pedals back into the crank arms.
8. put the chain back onto the chainring and route it through the derailleurs.
9. tighten the bolts that hold the crank in place, then replace the cap on the end of the right crank arm.
10. TEST RIDE YOUR BIKE to make sure
In conclusion, removing a bike crank without a puller is possible. However, it can be difficult and requires some patience. If you are not comfortable with the process or do not have the necessary tools, it is best to take your bike to a professional mechanic. Hopefully, these step-by-step instructions will help you successfully remove your bike crank without any trouble. Have you tried this method before? What was your experience like? Let us know in the comments below!