HOW TO REMOVE a CRANK ARM and TIGHTEN a CARTRIDGE BOTTOM BRACKET on a DIAMONDBACK HYBRID BIKE. You can tighten your bottom bracket all you want, but if it's worn out internally, it's still going to flop like a trout on the bottom of a canoe. Fishing is mean. Leave the poor little trout alone. I ended up throwing this bike in the garbage. Actually I just leaned it against the garbage can. It wouldn't fit inside.
I don't use my Park BBT-2 bottom bracket tool often, but when I need it, I'm glad I bought it. I went to my local bike shop, as should you, but if you don't want to do that, you can buy one here: http://amzn.to/2ATZLAG
Recorded on 3/7/2016, which was a windy day, across the street from some dude who was hammering nails, in Newburgh, New York.
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