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Discovered pedals with up to 15mm extension in the axle

Old 05-27-24, 07:28 AM
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Smile Discovered pedals with up to 15mm extension in the axle

I bought a pair of SQLab 502 pedals in the XL which has 15mm extension in the axle. https://www.sq-lab.com/en/products/p...ls-502-sq.html
I bought the heavier flat on 1 side, SPD on the other side model (they have SPD on both sides, Look Keo RC7, and flat models).
Adjusting from frog pedals to SPD has been interesting for me.

I put these on my folding bike. Interestingly, you can use the standard pedal wrench on the flats, or the 8mm pedal wrench on these pedals. I installed Restrap diagonal velcro pedal straps on the prosthetic side, to use when not wearing my cleated shoes.
I have the 15mm extended pedals on both side, and my arthritic knee is happy, and I can use the flat or cleated side with prosthesis.
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Old 05-27-24, 09:34 AM
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Recent thread on pedal extenders might be relevant info - Do Any Of You Use Kneesavers?
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