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Shimano Pedal Tool

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Shimano Pedal tool; fits: M737, M525, A525, PD1056, PD6402, PD7410
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Shimano Pedal Tool

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Does the job

By cycling180

from UK

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      Best Uses

      • Keep In the Garage

      Comments about Shimano Pedal Tool:

      I bought this tool to fit my new shimano axle which I also purchased from Jenson. Although it is possible to remove and fit the axle with adjustable pliers, this specific tool makes the job much more straightforward and is unlikely to mark or damage the axle fitting in the process.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      Essential tool

      By Will

      from Colts Neck, NJ

      Verified Reviewer

      Comments about Shimano Pedal Tool:

      Well, you need it to service certain Shimano pedals (most of the lower end clipless models, road and mountain). In a word, it works. Simple, cheap construction, and it mates flawlessly with the knurls on the axle sleeve, as is expected. Very helpfully, the tool is marked which way it needs to be turned to remove the axle for the respective pedal.

      While there are wrench flats (and you can certainly use them to make the job easier) if you find that you really need to use a lot of leverage, stop, and use some penetrating fluid shot down the sleeve, as it is only made of plastic, and is quite likely you will shear the top off, ruining the pedals.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


      Works great

      By Old Biker

      from Hortonville, WI

      Verified Buyer


      • Flats for using wrench
      • Very inexpensive


        Best Uses

        • Rebulding PD-520 pedals

        Comments about Shimano Pedal Tool:

        Makes it easy to disassemble SPD pedals for cleaning and re-lubing. Most pedals come apart easy using tool by hand but some are tough and require a little more force. The tool has built in flats for a wrench so you can easily remove the tight ones. Tool is made of plastic but holds up very well.

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