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Removing the crank arm off a shwinn sierra

Where the pedal screws into is stripped.I want to take it off, how do I do that.

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You will need a crank puller which is a specialized tool that does not justify purchase unless you plan on using it a lot. That means a trip to the bike shop which is a good idea anyways as they will have to match up the crank arm for you as they come in sets.You will also need a new set of pedals and there are lots to choose from.

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