Servicing XTR pedals

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  • Neil S
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    I’d take them to the bike shop and let them snap the axle 😉

    Mine were replaced under warranty after mine snapped whilst adjusting bearings with appropriate tools and technique.

    They don’t make them like they used to!

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
    Subscriber

    I’d take them to the bike shop and let them snap the axle

    Mine were replaced under warranty after mine snapped whilst adjusting bearings with appropriate tools and technique.

    They don’t make them like they used to!
    and you lot take the piss out of Crank Brothers!

    mcboo
    Member

    One of my XTR pedals has developed a lot of play, anyone know what to do with this? Do the bearings go and have to be replaced or is there something inside that needs adjusting? This a job for the bike shop? Don’t have a lot of tools or a clamp so not sure I’m going to be able to get that nut on the axle undone.

    zinger
    Member

    if they are less than 3 years old send em back under warranty

    The new XTR pedals are known to be made of swiss cheese – and I’ve had 4 pairs so far under warrenty….

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