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    bearings for Time ATAC pedals

    I'm trying to find replacement bearings for my two sets of pedals.
    The first is an older 2000? pair of Time ATAC pedals. They have a plastic body, yellow plate, and an aluminum collar that screws over the axle onto the body.
    The second pair is the same except they have no aluminum collar, just the exposed snap ring.
    I'm not sure if both models take the same bearing.
    Time's website is useless.
    Boca Bearings site came up with this search result-
    http://www.bocabearings.com/main1.as...earchkit&cat=9
    but the description doesn't differentiate between the two ATAC models.

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    The bearings used in the older (I dont know about the newer versions) Time pedals are standard bearings that should be availible from all the big manufactures like SKF, INA and ***.
    I changed the bearings in my Time pedals a few years ago but I can't remember the size. It is a very easy operation.
    Take the bearings to your local supplier and they will help you out. Be sure to get rubber seals on both sides.

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    Remove the bearings

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse David Smith
    I'm trying to find replacement bearings for my two sets of pedals.
    The first is an older 2000? pair of Time ATAC pedals. They have a plastic body, yellow plate, and an aluminum collar that screws over the axle onto the body.
    The second pair is the same except they have no aluminum collar, just the exposed snap ring.
    I'm not sure if both models take the same bearing.
    Time's website is useless.
    Boca Bearings site came up with this search result-
    http://www.bocabearings.com/main1.as...earchkit&cat=9
    but the description doesn't differentiate between the two ATAC models.
    You should remove a bearing, and measure the Inner Diameter, Outer Diameter, and bearing width. The measurements will be metric (millimeters). With those three critical bearing dimensions you can even find those bearings on eBay. You should have a VERY good set of snap ring pliers or it will be a gruesome job.

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