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Old 08-13-06, 11:00 AM   #1
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Eggbeaters- when do you grease them?

Are they good straight from the factory? I wont be riding in any mud, but occasional rain. When should I grease them?
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there are instructions in the box.
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If they're straight from the factory, just ride.

If they start to feel a little gritty when you spin them by hand, unscrew the dust cap and retaining nut (you'll need a socket wrench for that one). Wipe off all the old grease from the spindle and pedal body, regrease, reassemble.
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