Background: 2011 Cdale Scalpel, FSA Afterburner crankset.
Looks like I overtightened the locking nut on my Afterburner crankset and ruined one of the BB30 bearings.
Now the crank won't turn freely. The problem is, I can only finger-tighten the lock-nut until it makes the crank not spin freely. The FSA manual specifies a torque setting, so I know it should be tightened more.
The first time I removed the crank, the only washers or spacers there were the lock nut on one side and one spacer on the other side.
I have purchased a new BB30 set and it comes with the press-fit bearings, spacers, wavy washers, etc...
What to do?
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