Catalyst Rebuild Kit

$10.00

Sometimes, your Catalyst Pedals might need some care and maintenance. Even premium parts wear out over time. If that’s your case, we have you covered.

In stock (can be backordered)

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Rebuild Kit:

Contains bearings, bushings, nuts, washers and dustcaps for a rebuild of 2 pedals. NOTE: While servicing your pedals is usually straightforward, if you don’t have experience with the process or if you run into any problems, please use your local shop.

5 reviews for Catalyst Rebuild Kit

  1. Chris Snyder

    When do you think the rebuild kits will be available?

    • shilosmama

      Hi Chris,
      Rebuild kits should be available by mid-end of March. Thanks!

  2. Troy

    Any update on rebuild kits?

    I have Ver 1 of the pedals and would like to get the longer pins. Is that possible as well?

    Is it possible to buy a rebuild kit and pins through VP?

    Thank you

    • shilosmama

      Hi Troy! Rebuild kits are back in stock. Regarding the pins, please email us at support@pedalinginnovations.com and we can get you taken care of.

      Thank you for the support!

  3. Finch

    Might be a silly question, but do the rebuild kits come with instructions?

    Thanks.

    PS The purple is beautiful!

    • Scott Bixby

      VP Pedals has an easy to follow video showing how to rebuild the Catalyst.
      Rebuild video

      Thanks! We really like the purple as well!

  4. Fred

    When will the rebuild kits be available again?

    • Scott Bixby

      Hi Fred

      We are not expecting the next supply of rebuild kits until early October.

      Thanks!

  5. Troy

    So I got my build kit and thanks for throwing the longer pins.

    Note, The VP video above says you need a bunch of extra tools which I personally think is a really poor design to have to use any special tools to rebuilt a pedal, BUT maybe that’s why I haven’t had to rebuild them in three years and only did it as I figured it was time and I was just lucky so far.

    Anyway, it’s really hard to find those punches and I found the only thing I really needed was the 1/2″ extractor to get the plastic bushings out. I was able to use allen keys to punch out the bearings. I was able to use the dust caps to press the two smaller bearings back in. I used the hub axle to push the plastic bushing back in.

    I wished I’d take a video, but I was on a call and in a hurry to get ready for a ride.

    • Scott Bixby

      Thanks for the update Troy.

      I appreciate the ingenuity you used in rebuilding your pedals!

      Since VP is in the pedal business, obviously they have those tools on hand. Smart mechanics like yourself can always get creative and find a way to get the job done.

      Thanks for the support!

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