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Old 2018-10-28, 08:41 PM   #16
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I'm not really excited about any of the Ezy pedals. Just now, though, I read the part of this writeup which mentioned converting non-Ezy pedals to use the QR connector. I'm very interested in doing that. Can someone explain how it would be done? I have a pair of MKS pedals which are plenty wide and also wouldn't contact the adjacent QR connector. I've never taken them apart but I know that they have serviceable loose-ball bearings.
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