Pedal Service Kits

Spank pedals are designed to be serviceable and fully rebuildable. We stock the bearings, bushings, and axles needed to bring your well-loved pedals back to full speed.



Spank Spike/ Oozy pedal diagram 

How often should you service Spank pedals?

Like anything with moving parts, cleaning and lubricating your pedals will extend their usable lifespan and ensure top-level performance. Though your riding environment, riding style and the amount of riding you do will dictate service intervals, we recommend inspecting your pedals during your regular maintenance and at least twice per season.

Note: Spank Spike, Oozy, and Spoon pedals share the same pedal pins. 

spoon pedal diagram

It goes without saying that we advise regular maintenance and or replacement of parts be performed by an experienced mechanic with the correct tools and equipment.

Note: Spank Oozy and Spike pedals were updated in 2015. Pedals produced between 2011 and 2014 have black rubber friction seals at the inboard end, between axle and pedal body, and have serial numbers starting with L11-L14. Pedals produced in 2015 or later, use bright green friction seals, and have serial numbers starting with L15 or higher. 

Regardless of the model year, the bearings are the same; it is the friction seals and spindles that change. Unsure of which to order? Drop us a line via chat or send us an email and we'll get you sorted.

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