There's not much that can go wrong with a crankarm, and not much that can be repaired either. About the only repairs that are done on crank arms is that damaged pedal threads can be repaired using a technique known as Heli-Coil.
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We would need to know the part and why it needs to be repaired in order to answer this.
Now cough up the cash, lady, i don't work for free.
If it's the pedal that's been damaged there's no fix that's as cheap and simple as replacing the pedal. But usually it's the crankarm that's damaged. The right side crank has a fairly common thread, and can be repaired with a heli-coil insert. The left side has a left-hand thread, and the only ones likely to have the tools to repair that is a bicycle store. If it's a department store bike replacing the crank might be a cheaper option.
Yes. Depending on what's broken, you might not think it's worth it though.
You can use a bicycle puncture repair kit. I've repaired literally hundreds of punctured wellies that way.
Arc welders are used for welding that needs to be precise. Bicycle frames are a good example. Automobile frames that need to be repaired are usually arc welded.
The Wright brothers ran a bike repair shop, so they would have learned from looking at the bikes made by other companies that were left to them to be repaired.
I have repaired the television.The engineer called to say he repaired your laptop.
Most bicycle owners maintain their own bicycle. But, a bicycle shop may be willing to maintain a bicycle, if you ask.
No. The earth can not be repaired
Repaired can be used as a past tense verb or an adjective.Verb: The mechanic repaired my car.Adjective: a repaired car.