Replacing a cracked Look Keo Blade pedal body: part n° ?

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LouisN
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by LouisN

HI all,

I'd like to find some parts diagram from Look with the parts n°, to be able to order only the right pedal body that cracked a few weeks ago.

I don't find anything .... :oops:

Thanks,

Louis :)

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rouleur01
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by rouleur01

I got mine from here:

http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/sp/road-t ... ookpedz330

But they look to be out of stock. The pack comes with 2 replacement blades, 2 replacement long pins and bolt and a little guiding pin for locating things properly.

Very easy to do, there is not a massive amount of tension on the blades during installation.

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LouisN
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Thanks for the reply, but it,s not these parts that are broken, it,s the pedal body. I sent the pedals to the canadian distributor for a repair estimation ...

Louis :)

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by g32ecs

I dont know how many times I've typed in some forums that these pedals are great but NOT DURABLE at all. I'm not quite sure about the new ones.

I got mine replaced by Look and sold it ASAP. It lasted me less than a month. Mine cracked on the body like yours.

There's no "repairing" the body. You can only ask for warranty and replace it.

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LouisN
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Yes. Repair the pedal. Replace the pedal body.

Louis :)

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by maquisard

I think the point is, the pedal body is not a replacement part. only the blades and axles.

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LouisN
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by LouisN

OK. I get the point. Not the logic...
Still, most of the problems come from cracked pedal bodies on the Keo Blades from what I read...

I'm very curious to see what they'll charge me for this "repair", or replacement if you prefer...
I'll get back to you...

Louis :)

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by g32ecs

Louis,

How long have you had this pedal? Did you register it for warranty?
Did you buy it from an authorized retailer?

If it's less than a year old and yes to questions 2 and 3 then it should not cost you anything. If not, just buy new pedals.

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