Looks like you've lost the self-eaxtractor cap, which the bolt pulls against to remove the crank. Both bolts are normal R/H thread, therefore anti-clockwise to undo.in desperate need of undo advice
see pics, can’t undo the allen key on the old octalink cranks..i presume the l-r threads are opposite in that they both undo the same way? have sprayed it already, have a 1/2” socket handle with a thomson seatpost on it, won’t budge
also when i get the other side crank off, start undoing the bottom bracket i undo it 6-6 turns then it becomes really tight? like it’s still connected to the other side..i thought they undid independently?
am losing it..swearing & abuse
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Further to the pipe-over-allen key-for more leverage idea suggested earlier, remove the pedal from the offending crank, wrap some rag over the crank to protect it fron gouges, and slip a large pipe over the crank and use the ground as a stopper against crank rotation. Then apply your enhanced leverage, with impact (shock loading can free over-tight threads where simple brute leverage won't) if required.