Soni and eggbeater enthusiasts,
I've been riding the traditional eggbeaters on all of
my bikes ever since they were introduced to the market
way back when. I've put a lot of miles, and years, on
my pedals and still ride by them. I've ridden the heck
out of my pedals - well beyond one would expect a
pedal to last. Any problems I've had with my pedals
have been easily resolved by either rebuilding the
pedal (replacing the bushing/bearings with a $15
probably should be done once a year, cleaning off the
spindle, or replacing the cleats. If these don't
resolve the issue, then check with Crank Brothers. I'm
not sure if there is a "life-expectancy" for a pedal -
but I know I have a set I've been using on one of my
bikes for at least 3-4 years.
Crank Brothers offers one of the best warranty
policies in the industry: 2 year warranty on all
pedals. Call them at 949-464-9916, M-F 9am-5pm, PST or
Hope this works out for you.
--- soni andreini poulsen <conejotoo@...
> I need some crank brothers egg beater pedal help.
> I have the candy model (beater + small platform) and
> the resistance on the
> beater part seems wrong. One beater turns with a
> little resistance but the
> other turns with moderate resistance. And there is
> really no adjustment to
> them. My husband already took them apart and put
> them back together again.
> It is pretty difficult to clip into the one with
> more resistance.
> So it is possible that I am just having mental
> problems with my pedals
> (wouldn't be the first time!)
> but it would help for me to know just how much
> resistance vs spin they are
> supposed to have. So if you have egg beaters,
> please let me know how easily
> they turn for you. Difficult to quantify but do
> your best. Thanks!
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