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In your step 3 photos there is a picture (sixth row down, right side) of two rear tires (one taped, one not taped), seat and the 2 red painted ball bearing fender attachments or collars. These ball bearing collars are what I'm trying to remove from the crank shaft (they are the pieces that bolt to the fender). How did you get them off? I can't tell if there is a retainer clip or something else holding these on. Thanks again.
Thanks for your time in responding. Mine are harder to remove. Will give it a little more effort and see if they will slide off. Appreciate your help!
OK now I understand... once I took the pedals off they just slide off.. no retainer clip or anything... just pushed them along the bar..
I didn't, just removed the whole assembly from the forks and then removed the pedals. The crank and wheel was just cleaned and painted as one whole piece. Hope this helps.
Love your tutorial! Wonderful job! I am in the process of restoring one of my own (same model) and am curious as to how you removed the collars (with ball bearings and attached to the front fender) from the pedal crank shaft? I've got it all cleaned up, but can't quite figure out what is holding these on. Any help would be appreciated!
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No idea how much it would cost.. as I did it myself and I am in Canada.. sorry.. your best bet would be to look for an art student and show them my instructable and say you want something like that. They may do it as an art project...
No idea how much it would cost.. as I did it myself and I am in Canada.. sorry.. your best bet would be to look for an art student and show them my instructable and say you want something like that. They may do it as an art project... - MadDocks
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