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Most of the time you can find an aftermarket pedal that will fit your bike. The important part is the size of the pedal shaft. Most commonly they are either 9/16" or 1/2". I will post a link to a video on how to measure the pedal shaft diameter as well as a link to some possible replacement pedals.
A company called S&R Workout Warehouse has for a number of years have been selling in the secondary market parts for Vitamaster. They should be able to help you with your bike their Phone # is 1-800-745-1373
I own this particular Old Fashioned bike -lol - its a hardy one thou and I dont think you can find the original book but the book that came with it came from the company Roadmaster Corp. which is now named Roadmaster Industries, Inc - 250 Spring Street NW - Atlanta, Georgia 30303 -- phone number -- (404) 586-9000. I hope this helps ya. My resource came from the website that tells all about the cpy. http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Roadmaster-Industries-Inc-Company-History.html
So good luck in finding your manual. I am pretty sure that they can help after all they made this bike originally in 1992,