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Change crank bearings on a gomier tricycle

I need to know how to disassemble the crankand my pedals off my gomier trike to change to a new frame as my other frame broke

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1st thing u will need a Combination Wrench the ones that dont adjust & has another hole at the end, size *dont know* most are diff, get one that fits on the pedle, an if its old an kinda rusted u will need to beat the nutt untill it cracks the rust an comes off, if its newer it wil be 10times easyer, most peldels when u think ur losing them, ur acully tightining it, once that is off, u will need a flathead screw driver, there will be a nutt that has 2 slots witch u put the flat head in the grove, an it will spin an aventully come off after 20mins lol, try not to smash ur fingers in the process *dosnt feel too good*
then once u removed the pedles all of the nutts holding the crank on, u will slid it out and its off, and do the same at puting on the new frame,
feel free to ask anymore questions
hope thats helpfull

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