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How To Clean & Lube Shimano SPD Pedals

I show how to open, clean and lubricate an SPD pedal. I show examples of two different SPD pedals, one that can be opened with a 17mm wrench, and one that requires a Shimano TL-PD40 tool. I am not sure, but I think the pedal I clean/lube in the video might be made by company …Read more »

Changing Bike Pedals – Stuck Pedal

I replace the clipless pedals on a bike with platform style pedals. The right pedal was very hard to remove. Pretty close to seized. I believe it became partially welded to the crank arm through galvanic corrosion. After getting both pedals off, I install the platform pedals with a little bit of grease on the …Read more »

Repairing A Mountain Bike Pedal With Excessive Play

I thought this was going to be a simple fix of adjusting the cone. But after opening up the dust cover I found loose bearings. I ended up doing an overhaul on the pedal and replacing the bearings. I think some of the bearings were missing. So what I thought was going to be super …Read more »

How To Remove/Install Kickstand On Vintage Schwinn Bike With No Special Tools

Fast and easy. Remove and install the kickstand on a vintage Schwinn bicycle with no special tools. I use just a 10″ adjustable (Crescent type) wrench. Schwinn made a special kickstand removal tool. Park Tool also has the KS-1 Kickstand Tool. But you really don’t need those.

How To Overhaul Vintage Schwinn/Atom 440 Bike Pedals – Clean/Lube/New Bearings

I show how to take apart, clean, replace bearings, lubricate, and reassemble vintage Schwinn bike pedals. These pedals are Atom 440’s made in France. The toe clips are Schwinn Approved.