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Need the threaded shaft part to the pedal (nut holds it on the pedal) Is there a way to obtain this part for my Vitamaster clubmax plus?

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See Figure 1

  1. Disconnect the battery cable from the negative terminal of the battery.
  2. Remove the steering wheel using a steering wheel puller, Tool T67L-3600-A or equivalent.
  3. Remove the lower dash panel section to the left of the steering column.
  4. Remove the shrouds from the steering column.
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