Re: Alignment of Tomos Pedals?

Gregory Mcintire /
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They are supposed to be 180 degrees apart from each other, not 90 or anything else!

One of the pins you are trying to remove should face one way while the other pin faces the other way. For instance, assuming you have the left hand pedal arm straight up and the ring arm straight down. (that is 180 degrees apart) the left pin may face forward or backward. The right pin should face just the opposite way as the left pin.

Forget the rubber hammer. Use a brass hammer if you have one, otherwise a steel hammer. Put the nut on first, but not tightened, to hopefully protect the threads. Hammer till it comes loose. They can be extremely tight. You may have to replace the pin.

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