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    Help me get this crank off!!!

    New to cranks, though pretty mechanically inclined...BUT I just bought this bike used and can't get the cranks off. They are older FSA's, carbon arms. Here is a pic of right side (non drive side) with the bolt/cap out. Do I need a puller of some sort? I've tried a rubber mallet and it won't budge



    HELP ME!!!
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    well that makes me feel better. thx!
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    There are two puller types, some convertible, that differentiate between an ISIS type vs square taper type.
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    looks like isis drive, can barely make out the isis logo

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    yeah, it's an ISIS drive
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    You need one of these...Park Tool CCP-44C Crank Puller or equivalent.
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    I should be studying...
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    http://www.parktool.com/products/category.asp?cat=26

    Either of the splined crank puller will work.
    Formerly known as iceaxe

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