Pedal Problems

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3/8/2014 1:08 AM

I seized my pedal in my cranks how do i get them out?

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3/8/2014 1:14 AM

Put grease in them. Try and try and try.
I couldnt take one off, what i did is that i toke it to a welder and he took them off.

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3/8/2014 7:31 AM

I use a wrench and a long pipe for extra leverage usually works

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3/8/2014 7:33 AM

Put the wrench onto the pedal where its parallel to the ground and stand on the wrench handle

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3/8/2014 9:03 AM

stupid advice but you do know that the left pedal has reverse thread right?

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3/8/2014 9:18 AM

tr1x wrote:

stupid advice but you do know that the left pedal has reverse thread right?

this. People are stupid sometimes and don't realize it.

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3/8/2014 9:19 AM

nah I know about the left hand threads but the pedals stil wont budge

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3/8/2014 9:56 AM

Hit it with some pb blaster and let it soak for a while.

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3/8/2014 11:33 AM

If the pedal isn't crossthreaded and you can't get it out using PB Blaster or something similar try using heat. Take a handheld propane torch and apply heat to the end of the crankarm, but not the pedal spindle. Heat expands metal so it may help the free things up.
If the pedal got crossthreaded in the crankarm, then you might have a bigger problem.

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