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  • How to Rebuild VP Pedals

    How to Rebuild VP Pedals

    See the above basic instructions- these are the instructions for VP-VICE, VP-69, VP-001, and VP-Push Series pedals You will need a few basic tools to get the job done: VP Rebuild Kit (each pedal has a specific kit) 6mm Allen Key 8mm Allen Key 5/16 or 8mm socket 6mm punch 8mm punch 13mm punch 1/2″ thread tap Soft mallet

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  • How to Change / Upgrade the axles on VP-Vice and VP-69 pedals

    How to Change / Upgrade the axles on VP-Vice and VP-69 pedals

    See the above basic instructions- You will need a few basic tools to get the job done: VP Replacement Cromo Axle or Forged Titanium Axle Upgrade 6mm Allen Key 8mm Allen Key 5/16 or 8mm socket  

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  • ‎1:25m to change VP-ARC6 cleats. Works in all Keo system pedals. Simply Genius!

    ‎1:25m to change VP-ARC6 cleats. Works in all Keo system pedals. Simply Genius!

    Watch as Clay Murfet replaces his VP-ARC6 split cleats. The two piece design ensures accurate positioning of the new cleat with no time wasted.

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  • VP-ARC6 and BLK6 Split Cleat Explained by TMK/Smartstop Pro Rider Neil Bezdek

    VP-ARC6 and BLK6 Split Cleat Explained by TMK/Smartstop Pro Rider Neil Bezdek

    This Innovative new cleat is designed with high traction walking surfaces and the most stable interface available anywhere thanks to our patented split cleat which allows you to change the front and rear pieces separately. Available with 7 degrees of float (ARC 6) and fixed (BLK 6) – Front and rear of the cleats can be changed separately for convenient replacement – High traction walking surface – Cleats with fixed position (BLK-6, Black) or 7 degrees of lateral float (ARC-6, […]

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  • How to Replace Pins in VP Pedals

    How to Replace Pins in VP Pedals

    See the above basic instructions- You will need a few basic tools to get the job done: VP Replacement Pin Pack 3mm Allen Key 2mm Allen Key If your pins are damaged: Metal File- use this to clean up damaged pins that may destroy the threads as you back them out Needle Nose Pliers- use these to grab hold of and unscrew grub screw pins that can’t accept the 2mm allen key    

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