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Old 11-19-2013, 03:31 PM
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Default Iron Cobra twin pedal HP900PTW - bearing lubrication.

tried(unsuccessfully) to get advice from TAMA UK re. lubricating bearings on the main pedal; (slave pedal is more accessible). I intend to use Gibraltar pedal lubricant but not sure how much dismantling might be necessary.

Can anyone help? Maybe someone from TAMA?
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Old 11-20-2013, 04:44 AM
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Default Re: Iron Cobra twin pedal HP900PTW - bearing lubrication.

Hey there, I've tried disassembling my Tama Speedcobra double to get to the bearings, and while it does require a bit of work, it's quite easy and rather self-explanatory when you try to put things back together. Being that the Speedcobra and Iron Cobras have extremely similar (if not identical) builds, this shouldn't be a problem for you at all. All you'll need are the allen keys that come with your pedal and a drum key (if that).

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I just use normal mineral oil when it comes to lubricating, and it works perfectly.
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