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    I've been using a chainsaw grease gun/tube for years and works fine for me.

    Be careful taking Speedplay pedals apart. I've disassembled several Speedplay Zero pedals and replaced the chromoly axles with titanium ones bought on eBay. Disassembly is simple but the torx head screw that holds the round pedal assy to the axle will most likely strip out if not heated beforehand (because of the loctite used). I use a soldering iron to heat the torx screw and never had a problem dismantling them. Just make sure you use blue loctite during the re-assembly.

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    It's Mueller Time

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    Take them apart? Speedplays are easy to take apart, plus you can do a bunch of cleaning inside while you're at it. 10 minutes including putting them back together.

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