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    Maintain your speed.

    The Speedplay Grease Gun makes re-lubing your spindle bearings an easy task. It's a small-bodied grease gun that takes a cartridge (it comes with a 3oz tube of Sta-Lube Marine Grease) that fits inside the grease gun handle. Its needle tip allows direct grease injection in X, Zero, Light Action, and Frog pedals. For older X/1 and X/2 pedals, you'll need to install new dust caps with the provision for the needle tip. For all Speedplay pedals, just pump in fresh grease, purging the dirty grease until you see fresh stuff come out the other side. Wipe off the excess and you're ready to ride.

    • Works with all Speedplay pedals
    • Direct injection for X, Zero, Light Action, and Frog pedals
    • New dust caps needed for X/1 and X/2 pedal injection
    • Includes lube
    • Item #SPP0014

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    Can't get this to work

      This looks like it is supposed to work similar to a caulking gun. I put it together per the instructions but can not get grease to come out of the nozzle. I took it apart and put it together again but still nada. No big pressure when I press the handle and no great out the tip. I have not seen any resolutions to this online so will call customer service.

      Does the job.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Nothing special here. It's a cartridge style grease gun with the pointed tip which works on certain types of grease fittings. Or, in this case, Speedplay pedals. There are other guns that I am sure are as good or better available from automotive or tool suppliers. I purchased this one when I ordered the pedals. I did not work so well on my older X1's, but is fine with the new Zero's.

      Leaked and missing zerk fitting?

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I initially had a lot of problems setting up the grease gun. I put in the tube of grease and tried to screw on the top piece, but it doesn't screw down very well. In fact if you screw it down too tight, then it releases, which makes me think that something is up with the threads. It released and grease under pressure went everywhere. I scooped as much back in as I could, put the top back on and screwed it down lightly. After cleaning up, the grease gun now works and I've used it several times on my Speedplay Frogs. It seems to work well, but I'm not looking forward to installing a new tube of grease!

      My other issue is that I was expecting the grease gun to have a zerk fitting so that I can use it with my new Chris King bottom bracket. The description on this site says it does, but the 5" extension that you get just has a small tip like the tip on the main gun. Maybe I'm mistaken, but I don't see any way to attach it to the Chris King bottom bracket tool.

      Ultimately, I think I'll be giving up on this tool and finding another grease gun with a small tip to push in the Speedplay pedals and a zerk fitting.

      I was able to insert the tip of the Speedplay grease gun into the Chris King bottom bracket lube tool. Just push the tip into the lube tool and squeeze. I agree that it does not look like it will work, but it does.

      gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      It does the necessary job and trust me you will want to service your speedplays. It will make them last longer as well as running better which is free watts. however it is messy, wear glove when using, instructions are not super clear, you'll need a little patience.

      Major frustration and disappointment

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I tried to use this grease gun, but nothing I did could get grease to come out the nozzle. Opening the gun emptied the cartridge everywhere as there is no way to back out the pressure. There is no way to remove the spent cartridge. Push or pull, both fail. I'm sending the whole mess back as I cannot reassemble it.

      I'm not sure what to do as this gun has to work in order to maintain speedplay pedals. Other guns won't mate well with the pedal grease port.

      The instructions are left at 2 diagrams and 6 bullet points. There are no debug instructions for what to do if the gun doesn't work. There are no instructions for how to remove the spent cartridge (no, it sure as hell doesn't pop out on its own). This is possibly the single worst cycling purchase I have ever made.

      Either: get lucky with your gun, find another gun that works with the pedals, or reconsider using speedplay pedals at all if they cannot be maintained by the owner with available tools.

      Grease monkey

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      It's a grease gun... it got pretty greasy. Best to use with your bike against an immovable object. You have to apply a good bit of pressure to make sure the grease goes into the bearing. Took some trial and error and a bit of grease on the floor before I got it right.

      Works great, and leaks.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Good part: The gun works as described. Easily re-greased my Speedplay pedals, and probably works for many other jobs that require grease. Very simple to use.

      Bad Part: When I was done I it put into my toolbox. A month or so later I open my toolbox to find grease had leaked out the back of the handle plunger all over everything else. Unfortunately I didn't realize it before the 30 day cut off for returns, so I guess I am stuck with it. No one else seems to have complained about this, so I probably got a bad seal or something. I keep it in a big ziplock bag and have to wipe it off when I use it. As I said it works great, but make sure it doesn't leak.

      Ours just "blew up" the first time we tried to use it. Its hot and humid in Memphis but I didn't see any issues on the packaging. The pump would not lock and we've got grease all over the place.

      I didn't have trouble with getting the pump to lock, the grease just wouldn't come out of the nozzle. Attempts to open the pump and investigate sent grease bursting out of the cartridge and all over everything. I can't even remove the now spent grease cartridge or reassemble the components. The instructions included are merely six text bullets and no clear pictures of how the gun is supposed to work. Speedplay should be almost as concerned about making this gun work properly as they are with pedal development. People likely to by the pedals are likely to want to be able to perform basic maintenance without the shop. This nuisance has me rethinking whether to switch pedal systems. Anything I can't maintain is a liability.

      Convenient for Speedplay Pedals

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Yes you can find a grease gun for less at a hardware store, but the convenience of these, knowing that they're going to work with your Speedplays is worth the little bit extra. I've replaced the grease only once after about 1000km of mixed riding, and the old grease was definitely soiled. Once you unscrew the grease cap screw, you definitely need to apply a bit of pressure so that the grease doesn't leak out the cap, but you can definitely take your time and if the cap starts to pop out, just push it back in, which helps facilitate the new grease going through to the other side. The grease tube was a little messy on installation, but, hey, when you're wrenchin' you're gonna get a little dirty. This is definitely not a living room operation.

      And hey - now you've got a grease gun.

      A most have if you own SpeedPlay pedals!

        I live in Korea and the humidity here is very high so I wanted to keep my SpeedPlay pedals working like new for many seasons to come. I admit the first time I tried using this grease gun I had no clue how to work it but I went to SpeedPlays website and looked at the video showing the proper usage of this grease gun. The video is simple to follow and instructions are easy to understand. After one ride I re-greased my pedals just the way the video explains it and everything worked great. I hope if you're using SpeedPlay pedals you purchase this grease gun too.

        Grease gun use

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I am the only one in my bicycling group to own this device. I find it somewhat difficult to use on certain bikes, including my own. I often can't seem to push the old grease out of the pedal and push the new grease from the gun into the pedal. Some of the grease from the gun seems to spill out of the grease cap and not through the pedal.

        Keeps the pedals on form

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Yes, this synthetic lube works great for a number of applications. The included Zerk fitting works with the Chris King BB injector tool as if they were made for each other. Which is nice.


        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Works fantastically well for its designed/recomended use - obviously with SP pedals. Also great just to have around for various other uses. I've used this in hubs, headsets, bottom brackets and all manner of other grease requiring places on the bike and other household items where an easy grease application is required.

        I'm glad it works for you. Mine refused to dispense any grease, then spewed grease everywhere. I can't remove the spent cartridge. It won't budge. I have a sack of grease gun parts. Worst cycling purchase ever. I'm rethinking my pedal choice, since this means I can't properly maintain them myself.