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    Idea! Specialized Hardrock EN14766 Crankset

    Hello,

    I am in the market for a new crankset for my specialized looking to spend no more than 100$. I while trying to install new pedals damages the arms of the cranks where the bolts go in. Not sure what crankset will be best I believe the size is 175mm. Please help, want to get back to riding. Thanks I appreciate all the help.
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    New question here. Need more information.

    Hello,

    Welcome to the message board forums and sorry to hear about the stripped pedal in the crank arm!

    Without a full picture of your bicycle or knowing which year I'd just be guessing that the bottom bracket is an internal bearings square taper design (usually found on Specialized Rockhoppers) so you'd need probably a new crank set that has a square taper spindle. You'd need to count the teeth on each sprocket to match it up perfectly and you'd need either a 2x or 3x chain rings in the front. Figure out if your bicycle uses 8-speed or 9-speed or 10-speed and than you'll need a crank set that matches. Typically, the bottom bracket length is also 68mm/73mm on these bicycles.





    Please don't order anything until we can verify what you need exactly. Perhaps pictures of the complete bicycle and than pictures of the front/rear drive train. Thanks





    When you can please let us know more information about the bicycle and we can help make good suggestions for replacements. Thanks

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    Jason
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    Thank you. Below I added a few more pictures of the bike that hopefully will help you out. I believe I purchased the bike in 2009.

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    Beautiful bike. I'll do some research once I'm home and let you know what I can find.

    Based on some quick research it looks like a SR SunTour, Octalink spline 3x crank set.

    Does it looks like it has 7 or 8 cogs in the back? The information for the 2009 model year show it as a 24 (3 x 8) speed but your pictures shows the shifter as a 7 -speed making your bike a 21-speed overall.

    We are getting closer. Thank you for your efforts.

    More information:

    https://bikepedia.com/quickbike/Bike...=Hardrock+Comp

    https://www.thebikelist.co.uk/specia...ock-sport-2009

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    I see 7 cogs.

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    Good job! Excellent news!

    Excellent news... SR Suntour sells replacement crank arms separately!

    Only bummer is they are currently out of stock for a 175mm length and octalink bottom bracket style but if I were you I would call/email and tell them the part number from the exact crank set you have and maybe they have one in a warehouse somewhere?

    https://www.srsuntour.us/collections...nt=27528207811

    Alternatively, you could replace the entire crank set for about $50:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-SHIMANO...-/274106817017


    Or if you are ready to be done with it and ready to ride it again make an appointment at your nearest bike repair shop. I almost guarantee they would probably have a spare crank arm and/or crank set and could get you back riding quickly.

    There are plenty of install videos on the Park Tools website to see if it's an install job you would like to try to tackle.

    Keep us updated and thanks for joining MTBR!

    Best regards,
    Jason
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    Thank you very much, I appreciate your help. I will probably replace the whole things and give the bike a new part since its not very new.

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