We also think it’s an incredibly durable pedal but even the most durable pedals need a quick service every now and again. Thankfully we set Al Vines on the task to show you a quick and easy DMR Vault service to get your pedals feeling as good as new.
A workmate or a vice
A set of allen keys
A torque wrench and 8mm socket
A bearing kit (for the DMR Vault pedal this costs around £25)
A Vault and V12 pedal tool (this costs around £16)
Some paper towels or rags
A rubber hammer.
The procedure is nice and easy as you can see from the video above and shouldn’t take you too long. There are a couple of points to remember though – firstly the right hand pedal has a left hand thread so righty equals loosey and lefty equals tighty; secondly, don’t lose the washer!
Before long your pedals will feel as good as new with a smooth action and you’ve saved yourself a packet over going to the bike shop for a repair or the internet for a whole new pair.