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Is it possible to adjust the height of the pedals on the IPS Lhotz?
They are quite low and tend to hit the ground on sharper turns.

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The IPS 132 has a second pair of holes about 10mm up from the hinge points for the pedals.

It's a simple case of removing the 4 grub screws from either end of the hinges and tapping the pin through.

Then you just refit it in the higher position.

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I tried this (very easy) but found that the pedals won't fully fold up out of the way - they stick out more & I was concerned that carrying in public may mean they knock people, e.g. going up steps with others coming down.  So I returned the pedals to the original position but I do find it frustrating how low they are.

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Anybody tried to discover if it is possible to raise the pedals of the IPS 121 T350?  I also find that the pedals scrape at times with sharp turning.....................

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Would love an answer on this.

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On 2015/10/1 at 6:49 PM, Sweet M said:

Anybody tried to discover if it is possible to raise the pedals of the IPS 121 T350?  I also find that the pedals scrape at times with sharp turning.....................

That's true, the paddles on my IPS 122 scraped a lot. My temporary solution is to rise the paddle height by  inserting a piece of aluminium.
This can also be achieved by wrapping a piece of
aluminium around the paddle near the shaft.

 

 

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