Helpful Fixes from a 6 Yr Pedego Owner…

Paul Cavasino

New Member
#1; Noise‘s Coming from Rear Hub Motor,…Check for Worn out Brake Pads 1st !!!
#2; Noise‘s Coming from the “Crank Set” Area, (Between the Pedals),…Try Lubricating All the Suspension Parts Under the Pedego Saddle 1st. It’s Easy to Get Odd Sounding Noises That are Mistaken for Very common Reasons Instead !!👍😎🚴🏻
#3; SQUEELING -Pedego Disc Brakes,…Try Using a Quick “2 Second Spray” of Silicone in the Brake Caliper Area, The “Square, -Chromed” - Access Port In the Caliper (Where you Push out the Old Pads, when Changing them ). Be CAREFUL to Go Slow & Squeeze the Breaks Intermittently and Regularly With a Bit of Time allowed for it to Soak into The Pads for the Next 1/4 Mile, Repeat as Often as You Like after that, ( …When the Breaks Squeek again ). This Often “NOT Recommended” Procedure has Been “TRIED and TESTED” by 6 of Us Pedego Cyclists for over 6 Years, With POSITIVE RESULTS and QUIET RIDES !!!!😎👍🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️🚴‍♂️
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