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How do I remove chainwheel sprockets from a Raleigh mountain bike ? Looks like they are rivetted on.

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Riveted sprockets are on cheap chainwheels and cannot be removed. You have to buy a triple-sprocket new with the rermovable screws, i.e. like a Deore front triple sprocket.

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They just might be, depending on the brand and pedigree of the crankset. Lower-end bikes usually have rivetted, stamped or even single-piece cranksets, so they're not designed to be replaced individually.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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