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Old October 16th 11, 10:21 PM posted to rec.bicycles.marketplace
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Default Wanted - J.C. Higgins Crank / Driveside

Hello,

I'm looking for a J.C. Higgins crank drive side, one with J.C.
Higgins "in the spider" of the chainring. The one I have has stripped
threads where it receives the pedal. The length of the arm is 165mm,
or 6.5 inches long.
Thanks for any and all advice,
dave


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Old October 18th 11, 12:57 AM posted to rec.bicycles.marketplace
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Old October 18th 11, 01:07 AM posted to rec.bicycles.marketplace
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Default Wanted - J.C. Higgins Crank / Driveside

thanks gregory,
i'm looking into that and many other options. my understanding is that
i need a tap with the correct t.p.i. and diameter to receive the
helicoil, and a helicoil with the correct t.p.i. and diameter to
receive the pedal. i can't swing $100.00 to make this work, i need to
find someone local who has the setup to make it feasable.

ideally, a matching crank would solve everything rather quickly, and i
may just swap it out for another model crank and keep looking.
 




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