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Old 2017-11-19, 09:33 PM   #3
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If you can take the thin part off of the broken tip of the crank puller, maybe use the other part and try to take up the extra space with coins. If you have a grinder or hacksaw, a nice hex bolt head or maybe a nut that fits well (the same size as the tip of the actual tool) might work and be more sturdier than coins..

Edit: Also, if you want, instead of investing in a crank puller, you can get some self-extracting crank bolts instead (just make sure they are the same sized crank bolts you had before.)

Last edited by Jener8or; 2017-11-19 at 09:49 PM. Reason: additon
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