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This guide will show you how to remove a broken or malfunctioning pedal and replace it with a new one for your Raleigh M20.

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  1. Use an 8" adjustable crescent wrench to fit it into the base of the pedal.
    • Use an 8" adjustable crescent wrench to fit it into the base of the pedal.

  2. Twist the the wrench in a counter -clockwise direction to unscrew the right-side pedal (The chain side). Repeat the process on the other side with a clockwise direction.
    • Twist the the wrench in a counter -clockwise direction to unscrew the right-side pedal (The chain side).

    • Repeat the process on the other side with a clockwise direction.

  3. Turn the wrench continuously until the pedal detaches from the crank arm.
    • Turn the wrench continuously until the pedal detaches from the crank arm.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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