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Old 2011-08-17, 10:50 PM   #1
danomite33
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cranky crank

My 2 week old Torker CX whose right crank gave up. The right crank is on the correct side. The Aluminum threads stripped at the pedal. I ordered steel cranks but, waiting for them to come in definately wasn't on my schedule this early in the game. The longest unassisted ride so far is 55 feet but only because that is the length of my shop. I was going to start practicing laps inside until the crank puked out. Oh well, with this down time waiting for the postman, the chores I've been putting off just might get done...maybe.
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