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You just saved my bacon by saying the number of bearings for each side. I had some creaky cranks I was troubleshooting and felt the amount of play in my trusty 5050 x pedals and got curious and unscrewed them. Bearings went all over the effing place in my garage and had to retrieve them from nooks and crannies with my 500# fishing magnet! I came back inside with the number '26' in my head and said 'C'mon Internets!' and found your instructable. CrankBrothers have disowned this pedal on their website, but it's built like a brick $h1th0us3 and will probably last forever if I can keep track of the bearings! Thanks again!
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Jeremy, LOVE the idea of being able to space them on a bar as needed! I'm curious about your comment "difficult for my wife to get them down without a ladder and impossible for the kids." along with what happens at :54 seconds when you have to jiggle the snap-hook off the ring even with no bike on it. What is the method of getting them down by a shorter person? Is lifting with one hand and undoing a snap-hook with the other a problem? On a separate note, your video is awesome! The part where you throw all the straps at the wall / bar and then they're installed made me LOL.-Justin