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Broken crank The teeth on the crank of my Canon Deluxe 200 are worn out. Does anyone know where I can find a replacement crank system?

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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...


Let's see, chain, teeth and bottom brackets. Three different

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.

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/categories/crank-service

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.

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/chains.html

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Starter occasionally makes grinding noise and does not crank engine when key is turned to START position. Next attempt may or may not reproduce problem. When it reoccurs during multiple attempts to...


broken teeth on flywheel or starter pinion. take starter out and bench test it. if starter seems good and no teeth are missing/worn, inspect flywheel through starter whole

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Grinding noise when ignition is turned


THe starter engages the fly wheel and in the process turns the motor over to cause it to crank. The grinding can be a bad starter causing the gear to either not engage fully or not disengage. It can also indicate missing teeth on the flywheel from damage from starter. If the car cranks and grinding goes away it points to the starter solenoid not engaging properly.. pushing gear into contact with flywheel. I would recommend replacing the starter and you can replace it with a good mechanical knowledge and DIY.

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Need Replacement Quick Release Plate


Try www.TripodQuickRelease.com for that part. There is listed the widest selection of quick releases and support more brands than any other web site I’ve seen.

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CRANKING DOCUMENT FEEDER


Yes when you usually hear that that would mean either the Gears are offline and or the teeth on the gears are broken or wore down.

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Chain 'jumps' on pushbike


It sounds like your chain is either stretched or worn out. Worse case scenario is a broken tooth on the front or rear gears or worn teeth. Unless you have a chain break it is easier to take the bike in and get them to replace the chain. They will also check the rear cog and the crank at the same time.

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Cranks fine, won't "catch"


From what u describe, I believe u have a starter and possibly a flywheel problem. When u turn the key to start the car, the starter gear engages w/ the flywheel, turning the flywheel, which turns the engine over. It sounds like the teeth of the flywheel and starter are worn, (they should mesh together smoothly) which would make the grinding noise u describe. If this is the case, the flywheel and starter would need to be replaced, and its a labor intensive job, as engine and trans. have to be separated to remove/install the flywheel. The rrrrrrr sound could be the starter gear spinning but not engaging. The starter gear extends on a shaft, then engages the flywheel. It is possible the gear isn't moving forward on the shaft, just spinning w/out engaging, making the rrr sound. So, I would recommend u remove the starter and have it tested (many parts stores will do this for free) and check the teeth on the gear to see if they are worn or broken. U will also be able to see a portion of the flywheel after the starter is removed, and u should check the teeth on it also. Let me know what u find, hopefully it's just a starter problem, and the flywheel is ok.

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what's your car doing I'm not sure I understand?

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govener gear is worn and has broken teeth on drivers side of tranny pop cover off its a circle shape on the side pull out govener order new 4 about 46 bucks and put new assembly in does not matter position

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