I have not yet dug into the manual, but I took a look at the cycle seeing what it would take to replace (or clean and grease) the splined shaft to which the toe and heel shifter levers are attached.
It looks like there is one allen socket bolt holding the inboard side of the splined shaft and I believe I can reach it from the front of the cycle to loosen and tighten. So, after I remove the foot shift levers, will the shaft simply slide out for replacement? Are there internal bushings and such that I have to look out for? At replacement of the shaft I believe I would use some anti-seize on the shaft. Would a grease be better?
Is there a better way to do this than I described?
Thank you for your assistance.