Got a set of PDM-520 pedals that I am putting on a bike I am building. They have been used for about 4,000kms (so they are well used in other words - but have got plenty of life left). Was tightening up the tension adjuster, and quick as a flash, the allen key ripped out. I am left with a burred adjustment bolt.
I have tried an imperial allen key (which was slightly larger), and that was no good either. I just want to increase the tension. It is wound all the way out so I could remove the plastic platforms that were originally on the pedals. Now one side of the pedal won't let me clip in cuz its so loose.
Any advice on increasing the tension? I have since given it a good dose of WD40 to remove some of the rust and crap that has built up.
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