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So I crashed my good ol' SS Outcast 29er and the pedal has bent into the left the crank arm, so much so that I can't even get the pedal off. I am planning on going ahead and replacing both crank arms and some new pedals.

I am wanting to do this as cheap as possible, as this is now a back up bike, I am just not sure on what I need to buy. I am pretty sure it is a square tapered crank, at least that's what it comes with stock, but I am including some pictures because it doesn't look too square, lol.

Thanks for the help guys and gals.

And excuse the pics, I ended up having to use my iPhone because as usual, the cord has gone missing for the digi.
 

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The first pic looks like splines of an ISIS bottom bracket to me but I could be wrong cause the pics is blurry.
 

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BB looks like an ISIS. Get the appropriate crank arm removal tool for ISIS. Remove the 8mm bolt. Screw in the removal tool all the way . Then crank on the handle till the arms come off.
 

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frdfandc said:
BB looks like an ISIS. Get the appropriate crank arm removal tool for ISIS. Remove the 8mm bolt. Screw in the removal tool all the way . Then crank on the handle till the arms come off.
Yup. lol It was actually pretty easy...
 

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Yes, Gravity is FSA's freeride/am/dh brand. It will work, but you will need to see if your current BB is the correct length.

You can just measure with a tape measure the BB spindle end to end. If its 118mm, your golden. If not, then you need to get the correct length BB.
 
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