OneUp Components Pedal Rebuild Kit

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Are your OneUp pedals feeling sluggish, or hard to turn? Time for a pedal rebuild! The recommendation from OneUp is to rebuild your pedals after 50 hours or so of hard riding.

The Alloy and Composite kits are different, so make sure you choose the right one!

The V2 Alloy kit is compatible with all OneUp Aluminium pedals but it includes 2x brass bushings that will replace the 3 small cartridge bearings and aluminium washer that were part of the V1 pedal assembly. 

The Alloy V2 Rebuild Kit Contains:

  • 2 Large Outer Bearings
  • 2 Brass Bushings
  • 2 Outer Seals
  • 2 Flange Washers
  • LH and RH Axle Bolts
  • 2 Axle O-Rings
  • LH and RH Bearing Nuts

The Composite Rebuild Kit Contains:

  • 2 Axle Nuts
  • 2 Cartridge Outer Bearings
  • 2 Outer Seals
  • 2 Inner DU Bearings

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