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Servicing cone and cup on shimano spd M324
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The right pedal is catching and sticking. Feels like the bearings are going, maybe the cartridge has broken up. I want to remove and service. The ads say you can do this. How do I go about it, please?
Pablo.
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Some pedals are serviceable, most sold today are not; leaving replacement as the only choice. The serviceable pedals typically require a special tool to remove the dust cap, after you have it off, it is just a matter of undoing the nut and pulling everything apart.
Nigel
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(04-24-2011, 08:33 PM)nfmisso Wrote:  Some pedals are serviceable, most sold today are not; leaving replacement as the only choice. The serviceable pedals typically require a special tool to remove the dust cap, after you have it off, it is just a matter of undoing the nut and pulling everything apart.


Thanks Nigel. I've decided to replace. I've had the spds for over 3 years without a problem, good wear and tear. Also they give me numb feet, too much pressure focused at the clip on. I need to spread the weight over the whole plate. Regards, Pablo
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