Question about Cycling
There are only two realistic solutions for this.
1) Replace the left crank arm that the pedal attaches too.
2) Insert a helicoil to replace the threads.
If replacing the left crank arm is not possible, then go the helicoil route. Either way this is best done through a bike shop as the helicoil system requires a good amount of mechanical knowledge and some specialized tools.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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