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Insert the spider lockring tool into a vise Be sure the vise will accommodate the spindle Insert the spindle and lockring into the tool
  • Insert the spider lockring tool into a vise

  • Be sure the vise will accommodate the spindle

  • Insert the spindle and lockring into the tool

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Press down on the driveside arm and spindle assembly to ensure that is does not slip in the tool Turn the crank counter-clockwise (as seen from above) too loosen the lockring
  • Press down on the driveside arm and spindle assembly to ensure that is does not slip in the tool

  • Turn the crank counter-clockwise (as seen from above) too loosen the lockring

  • Be careful not to injury yourself on the sharp chainring teeth

  • I can be helpful to bump the arm loose rather than just applying steady pressure

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Once the lockring is loose, unthread it completely Remove the spider or integrated ring from the splines The spider or ring will fit snuggly on the crank arm splines, it can be helpful to rock it in order to free it from the arm
  • Once the lockring is loose, unthread it completely

  • Remove the spider or integrated ring from the splines

  • The spider or ring will fit snuggly on the crank arm splines, it can be helpful to rock it in order to free it from the arm

  • Do not use a hammer to remove the spider or integrated ring

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Thoroughly clean the splines on both the spider and arm Clean the lockring
  • Thoroughly clean the splines on both the spider and arm

  • Clean the lockring

  • Lightly grease the splines on both the spider and the arm

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Install the spider or integrated ring on the arm Be sure to clock the spider properly such that the rings will line up in the right place Press firmly to seat the splines
  • Install the spider or integrated ring on the arm

  • Be sure to clock the spider properly such that the rings will line up in the right place

  • Press firmly to seat the splines

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Since you will not be able to use a torque wrench, follow the procedure below to ensure proper torque Lightly grease lockring threads Install lockring
  • Since you will not be able to use a torque wrench, follow the procedure below to ensure proper torque

  • Lightly grease lockring threads

  • Install lockring

  • Put lockring and crank back into lockring tool in vise

  • Turn lockring until it begins to tighten on the spider face

  • Turn crank (or lockring) 90 degrees from touching the spider face to reach proper torque spec (approximately 30Nm)

    • Turn crank clockwise (as seen from top) to tighten

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Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

The Hive

Member since: 12/05/2012

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