COMP PEDAL SERVICE

COMPOSITE PEDAL SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Things You Will Need
  • OneUp Composite Pedals (1C0399...)
  • Composite pedal rebuild kit (SP1C0019)
  • 9mm Deep Socket 
  • 6mm Hex Key
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Waterproof Grease
  • Two hands
  • Optional: pedal wrench
  • Pedal services usually require beer. Your call though.
EXPLODED VIEW FOR REFERENCE
Service Time: 20 minutes     Difficulty: Moderate 
We recommend that you read the Exploded view descriptions & ALL steps of
the service instructions before you begin.
We recommend servicing one pedal at a time as the left/Non-drive side pedal
threads and Axle Lock Nut(9) are Reverse threaded.
LEFT PEDAL : Zinc coated lock nut.
RIGHT PEDAL: Chrome plated lock nut.
You can perform this service without removing the pedal from the crank,
however for your back, we recommend servicing on your work bench or
mounted in a vice with soft jaws.
DISASSEMBLY 
Assess all components for damage, dirt, wear
  1. Using your 6mm Hex key, unthread the Pedal Body Cap (6) from the Pedal Body (1).
  2. Using the 6mm Hex key again, unthread the Bearing Cap (5) from the Pedal Body (1).
  3. While holding the axle with your pedal wrench or 6mm Hex key, insert the 9mm deep socket and remove the axle lock nut from within the pedal. Once the nut is fully removed your axle will slide out.
  4. Remove the Axle Seal (9). Pay attention to the direction it sits onto the axle(2).
  5. Push Bearing(10) out with the long end of your 6mm Hex key.
  6. Push Bushing(4) out with the long end of your 6mm Hex key or flathead screwdriver. Bushing will likely be damaged upon removal.
  7. Clean old grease and any grit, dirt or grime from the axle & inside of the pedal body.
ASSEMBLY
Appropriately grease new bushing, Bearing and axle before installing.
  1. Slide new Axle Seal (9) all the way onto the Axle(2). Be sure that the thicker side of the Pedal Axle Seal(9) is facing out towards the end of the Axle(1).
  2. Push the Bushing(10) into the pedal body by hand until seated.
  3. Push the Bearing(4) into the pedal body using the 9mm deep socket until it is seated.
  4. Push the freshly greased Axle(2) into the Pedal Body(1).
  5. While holding the axle with your pedal wrench or 6mm Hex key, tighten the Axle Nut(3) to 8Nm. NOTE: Be sure to use the correct lock nut to avoid cross threading your nut or axle.
  6. Using your 6mm Hex key, thread the Bearing Cap(5) into the Pedal Body(1) until torqued to 2-2.5Nm.
  7. Using your 6mm Hex key, thread the Pedal Body Cap (6) back into the Pedal Body(1) until torqued to 2-2.5Nm.
Repeat all steps for the second pedal