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Wahoo pedal probs

Old 08-08-22, 12:02 PM
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Wahoo pedal probs

https://cyclingtips.com/2022/08/revi...y-pedal-range/

I have been on Nano's for a year and just recently noticed the lateral play. It is not an issue for me I don't notice it pedaling. It took a month to break them in, I found them very tight at first to the point of being unable to clip out. Now they are fine in that regard and the new cleats are even easier to clip in and walkable. The new springs are rectangular and I'm hopefully looking for them to last longer than the old round springs. I give them a squirt of Pedro's Bike Lust (sillycone) before every ride.
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Old 08-08-22, 01:52 PM
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I have a set that about a year old, as well. I recently noticed a little bit of lateral play on one pedal while hunting down an intermittent 'click' when pedaling. I keep meaning to fire off an email to Wahoo, but keep forgetting... off to do that now! Maybe.
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