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Published on Sep 23, 2013
Rotor cranks are removed and changed in a very different fashion from Shimano cranks, and in this video we show you how to remove Rotor cranks. Follow GCN on YouTube http://gcn.eu/gcnsubs
Rotor are one of a number of crank manufacturers, and removing them is very different from Shimano or FSA cranks. You'll need an 8mm allen key, a torque wrench with an 8mm fitting, and a Shimano cassette locking removal tool.
Rotor cranks can be removed by reversing the compenants that lock them together and then in essence you use the reversal of these parts to pull the crank arms away from each other.
Make sure you keep hold of the bearing seals, and when re-fitting your cranks tighten to the required torque setting.
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