How do you take a bike crank off?
Depends on the design.
For some, undo the pinch bolts on the top right and left of the crank then undo the big bolt....should slide off after that.
For some you need to remove the big bolt going into the bottom bracket, then install the correct crank puller and pull the crank off.
If it's an Ashtabula, one-piece crank, you remove the pedals, unscrew the bottom bracket, and thread the crank out through the frame.
Depends on the design, there are a few out there. You can probably find the answer at either of these sites: www.sheldonbrown.com, www.parktool.com or www.bicycletutor.com.
Yes you can, but take it to a bike shop or someone who knows what they are doing
well first you have to see if your cranks are 1 piece 2 piece or 3 piece. if theyre three piece then all you have to do is take off the crank that the side the sprocket is on and take off your chain, then you should be able to just slip your sprocket off, and put your new one on, then attach your crank back on and bolt it on then re attach your… Read More
The crank, or the crank arms are at the bottom side of the bike right between the wheels. At the end of the crank arms are the pedals where you put your feet.
take the serpentine belt off and then take the crank pulley off the balancer and then you will need a puller to get the balancer off the crank.
how to get the crank shaft pulley off of a 03 Hyundai elanta GLS
push in on the door panel. use a small flat head screw driver push the clip of the crank an then pull the crank off
By crank wheel I assume you mean flywheel. The answer is you take the transmission off and count them.
brake it off haha
It says the oil cap. On the crank case cover. I have the same bike, but I can't remember off hand the exact amount. I believe it is measures in ml on the crank case.
you can be any ages and you cant take it on the road because they are off road bike
a 3 piece ( the best type of crank) can be 60$ and up
Depends on the design, there are a couple of different ones available. Several require a special too, a crank puller. Check out the link below for a review of different designs and how to work with them.
turn the bolt counterclock wise to get it off. I am surprised you did not ask how do you keep engine from turning as you attempt to undo the crank bolt.
Take the serpentine belt off and then take the crankshaft pulley off and you will need a puller to get the balancer off the crank.
You need a special tool called a crank puller. Then, depending on your bottom bracket you might need another special splined tool to get the BB spindle and bearings out.
I'm assuming that by "front sprocket" you are referring the gears attached to the crankarms, referred to as "chainrings". If you are removing the outer two rings, use a 5mm allen wrench to remove the four chainring bolts attaching the rings to the crank. To remove the inner ring, you will have to remove the crank from the bottom bracket, a process requiring a specialized tool known as a "crank puller". For either of these… Read More
You take the rim and tire off the bike, remove the tire and tube, then repair and replace on the rim.
I have a aftermarket window crank on my 97 s10 and i cant find out how to take off the crank. I dont know what make of crank it is but its not stock.?
There's a clip holding it on. It's between the door panel and the crank. You have to use a flathead screwdriver and slip it between the door panel and crank to push it off. Try to push the panel in towards the door so you can see it.
Tires off the rim, or the tire and rim off the bike?
Depends on what type of bottom bracket you have, but usually you need something called a crank puller to do it.
yes it will crank, because cranking of the engine depends on the starting motor,it has nothing to do with fuel.But remember it will just crank not run.
There's something missing from this question. If you are asking about translanting a crank from one bike to another, then the answer is "maybe". There are several different versions available, and not all can be interchanged.
It is located by the harmonic balancer right next to it to remove it you must take the hb off to properly take it off...
Use a socket, an extender and a socket wrench.
you take the spark plug cover off.
I do my own work on both of my bikes, but when it comes to a transmission or crank, I will take the engine out of the frame, tear the top end down and take it a local shop I know I can trust. I don't mess with either of them.
i have a 2001 Chevy tracker and i just replaced the crank sensor. i have been having a problem with mine not cranking. i would drive it and cut it off. it would not crank up until after it sat for a while. the crank sensor has not fixed the problem though. you have to take the tranmission out and take the flywheel off. the sensor is behind it. hopes this helps. i got a… Read More
The turn off key located below the front fender is used to cut off the power running from the stator to the bike, so when you pull it out the bike will not run. you can take the key out so no one can start it.
there is a bolt off to the right off the sensor take it out and it should just pull right out.
Pushing on the pedals, which are screwed on to the cranks puts tension on the chain, which rotates the rear wheel and pushes the bike forward.
Located behind the starter. Have to take starter off to get to it.
Take the top half of your engine off and there you will see the crank shaft
You need to take your crank pulley off the plastic cover and your there
It depends on the year and make vehicle. Need to know what vehicle you have to answer that question.
You have to clean the carburetor usually that's the main problem
take some weight off it and you could fill it with helium
Take crescent wrench and remove nut on back tire. Take washer and spacer off, place all three of these on the side of the bike where you removed them from (easier later). Remover bolt (may have to whack it once). Take spacer and bolt and place on the left side of bike (you know why). Push wheel and tire forward a little. Take chain off. Brake assembly may come off track but that is ok… Read More
Have u had a go at derestricting the restricter in the crank case ? All you do is take off the crank case and there should be a flywheel on the left u undo that flywheel and there should be a washer or spacer take that out and refit your flywheel and crank case making sure everything is tight :)
motocross bike is a off road bike
usually behind the crank pulley, if you take the passenger side wheel off you will be able to see part of the pulley, very bottom one.
A crank, or crankarm is part of the pedal assembly. they sit a bit like the arms on a clock with one ended anchored at the crank axle AKA bottom bracket and the pedal where you put your feet at the other end. Pushing on the pedals puts tension on the chain, which rotates the rear wheel and pushes the bike forward.
if u don't want to take it to your local dealer its just like taking of a bike tire take 2 screw drivers and Peri it off
adjust your crank back a bit
Cranks, or crank arms
A nice touring bike with a triple crank would let you ride just about any climb.
take off the belt, use a pulley puller to pull it then reinstall.
TAKE OFF HOSE CLAMP UNDER CRANK CASE AND DRAIN OIL
just above the starter on the front of the motor. will have to take the starter off to get to it.
This question can't be answered. The make and model of the car is not given.