Question about Shimano M324 Clipless Spd Platform Pedals
No, you do not need to use both. In fact, you should never use a spanner wrench to remove your pedals or anything requiring large amounts of torque. For removing your pedals you should be using an pedal wrench or if the pedals are not very tight the allen wrench. A basic pedal wrench like the Park PW-5 is inexpensive and does a great job. Also remember that the non-drive side(left) is reverse threads, meaning both sides come off by unthreading to the rear of the bike.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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