I might add that Stronglight model 93 (probably the one you have), will allow a wider choice of chainwheels, as small as 38 teeth, than the old Campy NR/SR, which couldn't go below 41 teeth. And Stronglight cranks did not suffer the cracks which sometimes developed in Campy cranks. I agree with Gilbert that these cranks are well worth keeping.
In a message dated 7/4/03 11:29:21 PM,
>I bought a Stronglight crank puller from Harris Cyclery. It cost $49.00
>but it worked on a crank that was stuck for years. Stronglight cranks
>are 23.35mm. It helps to have a 19mm box end wrench to use with this tool
>Daniel S. Swords
>New Orleans, LA
>Bryon Wright <Starstryke25@netscape.net> wrote:
>thanks for the help on removing the dustcaps. I then went to remove the
>crankarms and my crankarm pullers are too small to fit the seemingly oversized
>crankarm thread (I can just pop the entire threaded part of the tool in
>without touching the crankarm threads). Can anyone suggest a tool to use
>to remove these crankarms? Also, will a modern crankset fit onto the bottom
>bracket that the Stronglight crankset was attached too.
>-Bryon "the newb" Wright
Daniel is correct. The TA tool side of the Park reversible tool will pull threads out of the old Stronglight. An old shop should have the tool so you have a cheapie source certainly if you pay them. I'd advise putting in a Phil (designed to fit) and keep the crank if the ring range is good for you as a well maintained Stronglight crank is as long lasting (and light) as your might find anywhere from my experience. They can polish up like a mirror too.
Looking around I have Stronglight (new and vintage) along with a few TA (Cyclotourist) cranks on everything I ride (6 bikes not including a few roadsters). The new cranks (Stronglight and TA) are hard to find but very nice as well.
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