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Wellgo LU-A52/PD1045 pedals - replaceable bearings?

Old 09-25-14, 11:54 AM
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Wellgo LU-A52/PD1045 pedals - replaceable bearings?

Curious if anyone knows if the bearings in these pedals can be replaced. I've got a pair with ~6k miles on them, and the bearings have started making noise. I see that Wellgo lists the K004 bearing replacement kit on their website, but it doesn't specify whether or not it'll work with these pedals. I've emailed Wellgo, but haven't gotten any response yet. Also, the only web results I can find when googling the K004 kit are pages in Russian, so that's not much help either...
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Looks like the Cover on the end is removable.. Bikeman Wellgo LU-A52 BMX Platform Pedals: 9/16 inch Black.. thats a start.


I dont own that pedal .
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I guess since the bearings are shot anyway, it probably doesn't hurt to try disassembling them myself to see...
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