in the photo you can just see the adjusting screw for slow speed. Should there be pin or something in the adjusting screw to support the spring on that side?
Not sure how it goes together but yes, there should be a pin on the opposite side that is the same size and diameter as the other bolts. It should reach in towards the middle about the same way the other present side does.
You have the 3419 set screw and you should have the 3419-B set screw for this low speed pedal axle than you can keep the spring in its place.
Your adjusting screw is the wrong one, it is for the early style low pedal. PM me and I'll send you the right one.
went out and took a picture of an old hogshead in the pile and you can see the pin end of the adjustment screw in the picture not sure of parts no. Hope this helps.
Cut the head off of the proper size bolt that fits the hole and use that. It will work without problems. It should protrude from the adjustment about 3/4 inch.
I was going to add a extension like Jack said when I found this dated piece in the bottom of the box. The extension slips over the pedal shaft and into the adjusting screw with the spring in the middle.
Erik, Many THANKS for the offer but I think I'm OK now.
Just be careful not to forget it's two pieces and let it fall inside. I almost found that one out the hard way!
Use the late style low speed adjustment. Much easier to use.
Wouldn't use that patent two piece as it could fall apart.
If you want to use the old style, make a threaded bolt extn like Jack posted, tap the adj screw hollow shaft and use locktite to keep the threads of the bolt extn in place and that extn solid to the adj screw!