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What kind of bike is that. you will need to look up brand on line and order it threw danscomp, a online bike shop or go in store buy new one you cant work on a cassette bottom bracket.

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You can get a bottom bracket with a shorter spindle in order to move the single chainring closer to the center of the bicycle. This will allow the chain enough leeway to move from high to low without affecting the chain line.

Any single speed crankset will suffice. It's a matter of budget.

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The only guarantee for an exact match width-wise is to use the same make and model of the crank you're replacing. A change in the given bottom bracket and crankset pairing will almost always yield some difference. Bike shops seem to have a way of determining a starting point for it but my own experience with them is that trial and error plays into it. If you change crank brands you may have to also change the length of the BB to get the same effective pedal dimensions.

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You can put just about any crank/chainring on any bike if the front derailleur will allow it. And that can be swapped, too. But not all cranks and bottom bracket combinations will give you the same chainline you have now. You should ask a Bike Shop for advice on that.

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That would depend on the brand and design. A sprocket is literally a gear. A crankset is the combination of the crankarms and mounted gears. Bottom brackets join them within the frame.

Pedals are replaceable.

A Bicycle Shop could help you decide what you need and select the proper size(s).

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I have a Shimano SIS chainset on which has now done 3000 miles hence the teeth are wearng and requires replacement. I've tried using a chainset extractor tool but it will not budge. Is this the correct...

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I think you mean chain rings with worn teeth and you're trying to remove the crankset to get at the chainrings. Crank removal may not be necessary to change the outer rings. In my experience the most-used chainring is the only one that wears out fast. You may be able to just buy one or two rings, or a whole crankset may end up to be more economical, depending on where you shop.

Special tools are necessary for non-destructive removal of the cranks.

Find your style of crank and bottom bracket in here.

If your chain is that old that it's wearing the teeth your whole drive train will need replacement - chain, cassette and chainrings. If you keep your chain clean and lubed and replace it before it 'stretches' too much, your expensive drive train parts will last longer.

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