You remove the crank bolt (with an allen key) and then screw the puller into the crank (where you removed the bolt). You then tighten the other part of the crank puller with a wrench and it pulls the crank arm off. It's pretty straight forward.
Ok I picked one up at the lbs for $16. Popped the cranks right off. I ordered a new BB from PP it is coming hopefully by the end of the week. I'm leaving for vacation in the poconos on friday so I really hope I receive it by then.
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