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how to take bike pedals off

how to take bike pedals off

Use a pedal wrench or hex key to unscrew the pedals from the crank arms. Right pedals loosen by turning counter-clockwise, left pedals loosen clockwise.

Most pedals are fitted and removed using either a 15mm spanner or an 8mm Allen key. If your pedals have parallel faces on the spindle between the pedal body and the crank, you will need a 15mm spanner. Any 15mm spanner will work provided it’s not too fat to fit between the crank and pedal body.

What tool do I need to remove bike pedals?

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Should I be concerned about my wrench slipping or loosening? The wrench should be secured with a rubber band and tapped with a rubber hammer with help make up for the lack of leverage so that you can easily loosen the pedal.

Why can’t I get my bike pedals off?

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FAQ about how to take bike pedals off

When fitting or removing a pedal, you need either a 15mm spanner or an 8mm Allen (hex) key. If your pedals have parallel faces on the spindle between the pedal body and crank, you will need a 15mm spanner.

Most pedals are equipped with both 8mm and 15mm spanners. If your pedals have parallel faces between the pedal body and the crank, you will need a 15mm spanner. Any 15mm spanner will work provided it’s not too fat to fit between the crank and pedal body.

What tool do I need to remove bike pedals?

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What tool do I need to remove bike pedals?

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Use a rubber hammer to tap the bottom of the wrench if you don’t have a pedal wrench, without which you won’t have as much leverage. Securing your wrench and tapping it with a rubber hammer with help make up for the lack of leverage so that you can loosen the pedal.

If you don’t have a spanner wrench, it doesn’t mean that you can’t loosen the pedal. Use a rubber hammer to get some freedom to loosen up it. And if you don’t have the wrench yet, it’s better to get one on amazon or ebay.

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