Leveling your Peloton is covered in many places – each Peloton has two (2) stabilizers, each of which has three (3) typical threaded leveling feet – for a total of six (6). [Click to watch a YouTube #shorts on Peloton leveling, or scroll to the bottom.]
Each of those 6 leveling feet use a metric size M10-1.5 based on ISO 262.
After a move we somehow lost one of the four exterior feet. The center feet are simple, they don’t have a locking nut. We took a center bolt-foot and moved it to the exterior. Then we went to Home Depot to find the right part.
I could not find any reference to the size of the bolt / threaded leveling foot / stabilizer pad / nut anywhere on line. It was not mentioned in the Peloton manual.
Many leveling feet show up on Amazon when searching for “Peloton Leveling Feet” or “Peloton Stabilizer Replacement” – however, I couldn’t confirm the size anywhere. The size is confirmed! The Peloton screw-in feet used on the stabilizers use a standard M10 1.5 size bolt and nut.
- What size bolt does a Peloton use on its feet?
- How do I replace a lost Peloton foot?
- Where can I buy a lost Peloton leveling foot?
- How do I find out what size my lost Peloton leveling foot is?
- Does Home Depot, Lowe’s or Target stock Peloton leveling feet?
- Can I replace a Peloton leveling foot with parts from my hardware store? Yes! Using M10 – 1.5 sized parts.
- Who sells Peloton replacement parts?
- How do I know if the Peloton replacement part I ordered will work?
- How long does it take for Peloton to ship a replacement part?
- What do I do if I lose a Peloton part?