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What Parts Do We Consistently Replace in Exercise Equipment?

We regularly maintain and repair equipment for residential and large and small commercial facilities nationwide. We do not sell equipment. Our goal is to prolong the life of your equipment.

The number one way to make your equipment last is to have preventive maintenance performed monthly, quarterly or bi-annually depending on usage. Also, we can stop a problem from happening by catching the start of the failure during the preventive visit.

There are a lot of moving parts in exercise equipment. Mechanical failures will occur and we pin point these areas and replace parts as needed. Installing new parts in existing units prolongs the proper function of the equipment.

Here are the parts that we consistently repair in each type of machine:

  • Treadmills

    • Walking belts
    • Decks
    • Drive belts
    • Front and rear rollers
    • Overlays
  • Ellipticals

    • Drive belts
    • Alternator belts
    • Pedal arms
    • Batteries
    • Overlays
  • Bike/Steppers

    • Drive belts
    • Crank shafts
    • Pedal arms and pedals
    • Overlays
    • Drive chains (when applicable)
    • Batteries
  • Rowers

    • Bungee Cords and bands
    • Chains
    • Straps
    • Batteries
    • Drive system (e.g. sprockets)
  • Weight Units

    • Cables
    • Weight pins/lanyards
    • Upholstery
    • Adjustment handles (for seats or legs)
    • Pulleys

Replacing fitness equipment parts

Most of these parts are affordable and worth replacing. Buying new equipment is a significant investment that might not be necessary quite yet. Read more about our preventive maintenance services.


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