I have several pairs of these pedals, I'll not go into a whole bunch of detail but basically you should grind off the rivet heads carefully, and then drill and tap holes in the pedal shell/body (for screws): therefore fixing the cages with screws as opposed to rivets.
Seems an awful lot of bother if this is something you cannot do yourself - why not just buy a decent set of pedals, keep the better of the two (you already have) for second best and flog the other pair!
Just trying to help.
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