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    Shimano pedals keep having pin back out

    Shimano pedals about 2 years old now, keep having this pin back out. Only the right pedal, no issues with the left. The pedals only have about 3000 miles on them.
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    Should have a 2 year warranty.

    Contact Shimano directly. Do NOT contact the place of purchase.

    They will take care of you if they're within the two years.
    use a torque wrench

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    Looked them up, I got them in April, just over 2 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrasmak View Post
    Looked them up, I got them in April, just over 2 years ago.
    Try contacting Shimano anyway. Their customer service is pretty good and they want to keep customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lombard View Post
    Try contacting Shimano anyway. Their customer service is pretty good and they want to keep customers.
    I'd try it too. They're usually pretty good.

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    use a torque wrench

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    How often do you have to push the pin back in?
    If your opinion differs from mine, ..........Too bad.
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    Maybe some loctite or superglue if you get no love from Shimano.
    I think that thing runs though and acts as an axle of sort for the release thing so you'd want to be careful not to get the glue in the wrong place. Or I could be totally wrong but nothing to lose if you don't get a warranty fix.

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