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Shimano TL-PD33 Pedal Cone Adjusting Tool

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Overall Product Rating 3.5 / 5
Very expensive but it works well
By Roger
27 Apr 2021
5 / 5
ConsIncredibly expensive. Servicing is still tricky
ProsWorks well
Fits PD-M324 and others. Does NOT fit PD-M323, for which you need a different £60 tool, the TL-PD63! It's just two concentric sockets which allow you to securely tighten the recessed cone and locknut against each other. It works as it should.

Bear in mind that this tool costs more than a complete set of M324 pedals and cleats, and also that servicing the M324 requires a certain sleight of hand to place the bearing balls, as the inboard race is very deeply recessed. The tool is most likely to be worthwhile if you have to maintain several sets of these pedals.
Before you buy your next spds - check you won't need this tool
By MB
20 May 2018
2 / 5
Stupidly expensive for what it is. I only found I needed it after I'd cracked my winter pedals open to see if they needed re-greasing. They didn't, but I (eventually) found I needed this tool to reassemble the pedal and adjust it correctly. Financially, I'd have been better buying off new pedals, of the cartridge design, rather than this tool.
Finally, I had to widen the inner locknut socket ,opening it out by bashing a ball-ended 10mm hex key into it before it would fit the lock nut on the pedal. Frankly for £50 I expect something machined to the exact size rather than this. I checked the inner dimensions of the locknut socket with my new calipers and found it to be between 9.90 and 9.98 mm across the faces, when 10mm sockets are normally a fraction larger than 10mm. Having said that, the home workshop 're-machining' worked, and I now have the ability to strip down and rebuild my pedals whenever I like. Of course spd pedals rarely need servicing, there's the irony.
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