Shimano SPD PD-A520 Body Cover & Fixing Bolts - Right - Y41S98050

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Details
For use with Shimano SPD PD-A520 right hand pedals.

This Body Cover & Fixing Bolts can also be used on the following right hand pedals:

- Shimano DX SPD PD-M647
- Shimano SPD PD-A530

These are an "A" match which indicates that the parts are the same in materials, appearance, finish & size etc.

Genuine Shimano replacement part.
Product Reviews (1)
Questions & Answers (2) Q & A
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Associated Components
Part Number
Description
Availability
 
Y45K98010
Pedal Axle Assembly (Right/ B.C.9/16" x 20T.P.I.)
Discontinued
Y45K98020
Pedal Axle Assembly (Left/ B.C.9/16" x 20T.P.I.)
Discontinued
Y43213100
Lock Bolt (Right)
Discontinued
Y43214100
Lock Bolt (Left)
Discontinued
Y41S98060
Body Cover (Left) & Fixing Bolts
Discontinued
Y42498201
SM-SH51 Cleat Set w/o Cleat Nut (Single Release Mode/ Pair)
Discontinued
Y41S98100
SM-SH56 Cleat Set w/o Cleat Nut (Multiple Release Mode/ Pair)
Discontinued
Y42423000
Cleat Adapter (1 pc.)
Available to order
Y40N01000
Cleat Nut (1 pc.)
Discontinued
Y40R98090
SM-PD59 Reflector Unit (Pair)
Discontinued
Y40R98100
SM-PD59 Reflector Unit (AS/ Pair)
Discontinued
Product Reviews (1)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Solved the clicking pedal problem.
By Anonymous
26 Mar 2023
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone
ProsEasy to fit
Cured slipping/clicking pedal. Easy to fit and saves buying new pedals.
Questions & Answers (2)
Do you have this item for the left pedal also?
By
19 May 2019
Both have worn and I'm constantly clipping out of both pedals. The tension screws make no difference
Unfortunately the RH is not available from supplier.

Thanks - 20/05/19
Replace Body Cover On Shimano Pda520 Pedals?
By
18 Sep 2014
How will I know if the body covers on the pedals are worn?
Hi,

You shouldn't need to replace this part unless the pedal is damaged or excessively worn. These parts don't tend to wear quickly at all, you'll know when they have started to get worn though as you'll start to have issues when clipping in/ out and tightening up the release doesn't help.

Thanks.