So, I've probably ridden about 300 miles or so on my clipless pedals. Today I was doing some maintenance on them and realized that when I installed them, I didn't line up the threads on the right side of the pedal correctly, and that the threads where the pedal attaches to the crankarm, as well as the threads on the pedal itself are stripped.
Right now it seems to have a tight grip in the hole, I haven't noticed any slipping or wobbling, but I don't want to get out to mile 15-20 of an out and back and find out that suddenly my right pedal won't function because it isn't tight in the crankarm.
Is there any repair that can be done to remedy this problem, or is the only solution to replace both the pedal and the crankarm? I'm hoping there is a more affordable solution.
Also, would you ride knowing this is an existing condition? Thanks guys!