Question about Cycling
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.
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.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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