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    Shimano PD-959 spring tension screw?

    Ugh. The spring tension screw for my PD-959 pedals vibrated out somewhere one the trail, rendering that side of the pedal useless. This in spite of the fact that I had Loctited it so that this very thing would not happen. I called the LBS to get another and they said it's not in the Shimano parts catalog. This is an expensive pair of pedals and I don't want to toss them because I lost a screw worth a few pennies. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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    try calling shimano. I would think they could get you some.

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    How can you call them? Their website doesn't give a phone number or an email address, so it would appear they don't want consumers contacting them directly.
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    check your pm

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    Now check yours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Appendage
    How can you call them? Their website doesn't give a phone number or an email address, so it would appear they don't want consumers contacting them directly.
    http://bike.shimano.com/publish/cont.../warranty.html

    Call them directly. There was another thread here about someone who had to get some shimano pedals warrantied. They replaced or fixed them no hassle.

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    Thanks, Hec

    Quote Originally Posted by Hecubus
    http://bike.shimano.com/publish/cont.../warranty.html

    Call them directly. There was another thread here about someone who had to get some shimano pedals warrantied. They replaced or fixed them no hassle.
    I just got off the phone with them. They said if I send them the pedals- BOTH pedals only- they will evaluate them for warranty replacement. A very kind MTBR member has offered me a spare pedal to cannabalize for parts. I think I'll go that route, since who knows how long it would take Shimano to process the pedals, or what final verdict might be. But it is nice to know that Shimano is willing to have a look.
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