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  • HT pedals rebuild help
  • ayjaydoubleyou
    Full Member

    Got some HT flat pedals that need bearing replacement.

    AE-03 – which is an EVO+ axle.

    I can find the replacement parts in a kit at a reasonable price.

    But severely lacking is any instructions or even an exploded diagram on how to do it, and whether the (£110!!!!) tool kit is necessary.

    Seriously £110. Pretty sure thats more than the pedals themselves. Wouldnt have bought them if I knew.

    ayjaydoubleyou
    Full Member

    selfish evening crowd bump

    dhrider
    Free Member

    Not familiar with the pedals but looking at the parts / tools they should be handy enough to strip & rebuild.

    You might just need a thin walled socket & instead of a tap, use a drill bit to remove the bushing.

    If it’s evo+ axle, there’s a video here https://www.facebook.com/HTcomponents/videos/how-to-rebuild-the-evo-pedals/1902577639761860/

    ayjaydoubleyou
    Full Member

    use a drill bit to remove the bushing.

    I assume you mean manually ram the biggest drill bit that will fit in there and pull, to get the old bushing out, rather than actually using a drill?

    That video (I’ve just flicked through) seems to use the dummy pedal shaft type thing to seat the new bushing. Could I just hammer on the actual pedal shaft to seat it?

    dhrider
    Free Member

    Yes, just a drill bit and pull it out with it.

    You COULD gently use a cordless drill too I guess……

    The bushing will be supporting the axle in the body so you should be able to install it with the axle.

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