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Old 10-30-05, 06:20 AM   #1
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Look Pedal Problems

Has anyone had a problem with Look Pedals. If so what model and what was the problem
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Old 10-30-05, 08:19 AM   #2
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What the heck kind of question is that.
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What the heck kind of question is that.
A loaded one. Why doesn't the original poster just say what pedal he has and what the problem is. I am using an old set of Shimano 6401 Look licensed pedals and they are flawless. I couldn't be happier. I am trying to buy some used sets as extras.

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Maybe the OP is considering buying Look pedals and wants an endorsement or to hear the negatives. I couldn't tell from his question what he was after either.
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Maybe the OP is considering buying Look pedals and wants an endorsement or to hear the negatives. I couldn't tell from his question what he was after either.
Neither could I. I did tell him my experiences were all very positive. My brother is using a set and he loves his too. Look really makes some nice pedals.

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Yeah, I got a pair of Look MTBs (I think that is what they're called) about 15 years ago. I got some look shoes with them, that have a recessed (sp?) cleat that is a weird Y shape...The problem is the cleat's are toast and I can't find any anymore. I should never have bought the shoes. The pedals have a "mud ridge" on the reverse so you can wear them with regular shoes. The shoes are like tourist shoes that allow you to clip in or walk like a human.

Problem with Look Pedals? see above...using them for 15 years. I have look carbon on my pinny. I can wear any other look compatible cleats on the mtbs.

Great pedals. Dumb question without specifics.
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