Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

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Bikeybob
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Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby Bikeybob » 12 Jun 2015, 5:26pm

Anybody near Lancaster Lancashire who has a Stronglight 23.35mm crank puller and would be willing to lend it to me for an hour or so? Best wishes.

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Mick F
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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby Mick F » 12 Jun 2015, 8:36pm

Dunno about the size, but I bought a crank puller more years ago than I care to contemplate and it fits my Stronglight and also my Campagnolo chainsets. It fitted a Sugino and a Raleigh too all those years ago.

Is the one you want substantially different?
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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby merseymouth » 12 Jun 2015, 8:49pm

Hi There, I haven't bothered to measure various crank extractors, but if it is to remove a Stronglight 49D crank then it is indeed a different size from others!
Thought they accept TA Cycletouriste rings the actual extractor thread is different. TTFN MM

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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby thirdcrank » 12 Jun 2015, 9:27pm

The size required by the OP is for the earlier Stronglight kit (49D etc)

I gave mine to another forum member some time ago and I'm not in Lancs anyway.

A tool which fits is advertised by Spa.

http://www.spacycles.co.uk/products.php ... b0s72p2681

I see that that's £27-00 + p&p which might explain why the OP hopes to borrow one.

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cycleruk
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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby cycleruk » 12 Jun 2015, 10:08pm

I have a park tool CCP2 puller.
It has 2 different threads on the part that screws into the crank. You remove this part and flip it to use the other thread.
Park don't list the CCP2 anymore so I can't get the spec' for it.

One side screws into my Shimano etc cranks. The other side appears to be very slightly larger.
Would this be 23.35 size ?
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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby LWaB » 12 Jun 2015, 11:11pm

No. The Park tool is 22mm (standard) and 23mm (TA). It will strip the thread out of a pre-1982 Stronglight 23.35mm crank.

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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby pga » 14 Jun 2015, 12:08am

The 49D crank removers are non standard. Years ago we used to get a remover included when you bought a set. Of course we lent them out never to see them again, hence the current shortage. Where did they all go to?

TAKE CARE WITH THE 49D's. I broke one, where the pedal screwed in, a year ago. I came off and have a permanent knee injury as a result, which even an operation was unable to repair.

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Re: Can I borrow a Stronglight 23.35 mm crank puller.

Postby downtubeshifter » 4 Oct 2018, 9:50pm

Hi - I'd appreciate it if I could borrow one of these pullers, the new ones are very expensive. I live in Solihull. I've just acquired a 1980 Peugeot and want to take the cranks off to polish them

thanks