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Replace Brompton folding pedal - what tool is needed?
I've managed to completely break the folding left-hand pedal on my Brompton. The bit where it fastens onto the crank* is fine, but the rest of it gone. What tool(s) do I need to remove the broken ...
Mar 3 '11 at 9:52
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