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I can answer this question myself, having removed the screws, measured them, ordered replacements, got the wrong size, and so on. So other people can learn the easy way! The screws (or bolts?) are M4x6 button-head. The threaded portion is actually slightly longer than the nominal 6mm on my set, closer to 7mm. But if you buy M4x8 screws you will find that ...


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Lets say you wish to replace a crank similar to yours and you cannot find the exact same crank as the one you have. BIG PICTURE: Unless you can find the exact same crank as yours, you'll need to purchase both a crank and matching bottom bracket. A guide for choosing a crank is listed below Measure the length of the Bottom Bracket shell. If it is 68mm or ...


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It's a square taper (JIS) crankset. The Vero is a similar crank from Full Speed Ahead. However, any double chaining square taper crank will fit the bottom bracket. There's plenty of options with that in mind, especially if you're open to used. If you want the same gearing, I'd suggest making sure the bolt circle diameter is the same. It should be 110cm. If ...


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First off, you're best bet is to go to a bike shop and ask for some help. They'll be happy to help you out and teach you what you need to know. That being said, if you don't want to or can't make it to a shop, here's my two cents: Those don't look like cantilever brakes to me - they look like linear pull (or V-Brakes). mikes' answer is correct in ...



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