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 Post subject: Look pedal axle (left)
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 10:40 pm 
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A long shot I know....

I've always run Look MTB pedals since Moabs came out around 1992...

I just found that the axle on the left SL3 pedal on one of my cross bikes has developed a lot of play. It seems to be a standard (silver coloured) axle as used on most Look road pedals. I have the tool to fit a new one.

Question is... does anyone have a pedal lying around that they can strip the axle from?

This the newest of 6 pairs of Look MTB pedals I own, and the only one to ever develop play.


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you can get some on ebay really cheap .


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Must have been using the wrong keywords in my search as I didn't come up with anything (I ran a search before I made the post here)....


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:50 pm 
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i got a pair of look road pedals recently that i don't use and don't have any use for. Or any cleats for.
If you want them, they're yours for whatever seems reasonable to you :)

Thanks for supplying the cleats for my SL3 pedals last year, they're really nice pedals and i'm really glad that you were out there with a spare set of cleats.

I know this is an old post but these things can stay laying around in my experience!


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