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Old 09-29-04, 09:08 AM   #1
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Shimano SPPD 747 - how can I take them apart?

I have ome old Shimano SPD 747 pedals. I've used them for years and even though they've been through quite a bit of beating I've never taken them apart. What I mean by takeing htem apart is that I want to remove the axle from the body and clean and lubricate all bearings and then reseal it nicely. Does anyone know how to do it. I know that on SPD 535s ther is a lock nut on the outside of the pedal that can be unscrewed and the pedal can be worked on. 747s don't have such a nut. What's a good way to approach this issue?
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