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Probably 73x113

if you want to be sure, measure the width of the Bottom Bracket shell (on the frame) with a ruler, it will either be 68 or 73, but 73 is the standard for MTB.

if you are using the original single speed crank, 113 will work fine. if you are adding gears you will need something wider.

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If you take into a bike shop, which is the usual place to purchase the parts you need, they will be able to tell you what size Bottom Bracket will fit your bike, also what options you will have for replacement cranks and bottom bracket. This could be a very complicated issue when replacing with parts that are 11-12 years newer, the shop will be best equipped to give you all your options.

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