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    SPD rebuild kit

    I have several sets of SPD pedals that need nw cores.
    To include:bearings, nut, and plastic threaded sleeve.
    Any idea where I can buy cores?
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    Quote Originally Posted by powers2b
    I have several sets of SPD pedals that need nw cores.
    To include:bearings, nut, and plastic threaded sleeve.
    Any idea where I can buy cores?
    Some of them use sealed bearings, and some use loose balls.

    If loose balls, you can service them like any other cup-and-cone bearing. If sealed bearings, you can measure the cartridges and buy new ones from a bearing supply company (for a lot cheaper than from a bike-specific place!).
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