Pedal bearing seal cap

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by Mr [email protected] \ -Lsqco, Apr 2, 2003.

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  1. I've got a pair of those MKS touring pedals (the old style metal ones) on my bike. there is a
    screw-on cap which keeps water etc. away from the bearings; but somewhere along the line the LHS
    bearing cap has unscrewed and is probably now lying in the street somewhere in Reading.

    Is there any way to get just one of these bearing caps (or a substitute like a rubber bung) without
    having to buy whole new pedals? At the moment there is a quantity of gaffer tape keeping water out
    of the bearing, which is not aesthetically pleasing (and will eventually no doubt lose its
    effectiveness).

    Alex
     
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  2. On Wed, 02 Apr 2003 22:26:13 +0100, Mr [email protected] (2.3 zulu-alpha) [comms room 2] did issue forth:

    > Is there any way to get just one of these bearing caps (or a substitute like a rubber bung)
    > without having to buy whole new pedals? At the moment there is a quantity of gaffer tape keeping
    > water out of the bearing, which is not aesthetically pleasing (and will eventually no doubt lose
    > its effectiveness).

    My LBS has a jar full of things like this. Depending on what sort of mood they're in, it's usually
    free or some token amount.

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