How do you remove a Campagnolo crank?
- Unscrew the crank bolt with a 14mm hex key. The arm will not come off.
- Remove the washer.
- Pad the crank.
- Insert the extension plug.
- Install the CBP-3 bearing puller.
- Pull the crank off.
- Yank out the drive arm.
- Remove the crankarms as above.
How do you fit a Campagnolo Power Torque crankset?
- Install crank through right side bearing.
- Install C-clip into pin holes of right side cup.
- Install pre-load spring and seal cover over left side bearing.
- Grease splines of crank.
- Align crank to point 180-degree opposite of drive side arm and install on spline of crank.
Do Campagnolo cranks come with bearings?
The Campagnolo® Ultra-Torque® system integrates both the spindle and bearings into the arms. The cups are installed in the bike without cartridge bearings. When the cranks are removed, the bearings come with the arms.
Is Power Torque compatible with Ultra Torque?
power torque is completely different and non-compatible with UT bearings and cups, different sized bearings. PT requires a puller just to remove cranks from bike. also SR bb cups will work with any UT crankset, but do not have the additional seal that the RECORD bb cups have.
What size are Campagnolo Ultra Torque Bearings?
|Dimensions||25 x 37 x 6|
|Balls||Chrome Steel 100Cr6|
|Seals||2RS (x2 Rubber Seals)|
|Grease||SINOPEC HTHS Bearing Grease|
|Used On||Campagnolo Ultratorque Bottom Brackets, Shimano Hollowtech|
What BCD is Campagnolo?
Vintage Campagnolo cranks used a 144 mm BCD. Campagnolo did not change their rings when they went from 8 to 9 speed. All 9 speed chain rings are 100% compatible with 6, 7 or 8 speed, 135 BCD crank sets.