Removing Straitline pedal bushings

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  • Removing Straitline pedal bushings
  • fuzzhead
    Member

    Hi all, after many strip/rebuilds of my Straitline pedals, I’ve finally given in to replacing the bushings. Having trawled the web, it looks like you need a special tool to remove – anyone bodged with a hammer/screwdriver/lump of cheese/etc?

    lank45
    Member

    I just set the pedal over a gap in a vice and knock it out with a screwdriver and a hammer! Doesn’t matter if you ruin them as they are already shot. Just go steady working around the bushing and it should pop out. Simples

    creamegg
    Member

    A screwdriver is all you need. If you can strip them down what makes you think you need additional tools?

    Once you remove the 2 circlips you have access to all the parts by sliding them off the axle?

    Im presuming you have the standard (De Facto?) Straitline pedals?

    fuzzhead
    Member

    cool, will try that – don’t have a vice, but will use a big socket or something.

    fuzzhead
    Member

    @ creamegg – it’s not replacing the axle bushes (rebuild kit), it’s the inserted top-hat shape bushes that need replacing.

    Yup, standard Straitlines (not AMP).

    creamegg
    Member

    ah yeah ok im with you now

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