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The cone is completely recessed. Any idea how one is supposed to tighten the locknut on the cone without being able to get a wrench on the cone to stop it from spinning? Is there a special thin-walled 13mm socket which can hold the cone while a 10mm socket is used to tighten the locknut?
 

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hhh said:
The exact tool you described does exist. Shimano Tool PD-73, pictured in this Park info sheet with some other usefull info.

http://www.parktool.com/repair_help/FAQohSP.shtml

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Moochas Gracias. Looks like the TL- PD-73 is the ticket.

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Actually, I need a TL-PD33 tool. I had to go to the Australian website for Shimano until I found the diagram which noted the tool on it:

http://www.shimano.com.au/publish/c....Schematic.0008.File.tmp/EV-PD-M324-1972A.pdf

Isn't Shimano just so very helpful. It would be a damn shame if they included that exploded diagram with the pedals in the box. :mad:
 
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