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The main crank bolt is removed anticlockwise when looking at the front so it has a right thread .
You will need a breaker par and pulley bracket to hold the pulley in place to remove the bolt .
Probably been locked in with loctite .
No need to replace the bolt .
When you replace torque down to 170 - 190Nm.
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Just checking in to see if you managed to remove the crank bolt .