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Old 07-23-07, 12:31 PM   #1
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Diadora shoe spare parts

I have searched the Web a fair bit, and can't find anyone who sells spare parts for Diadora shoes. In particular, the ratchet strap for the MICRO CL buckle. Anyone?
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Seems like this is the page you need:

http://www.garrisonsportsgroup.com/c...stomerservice/

and that this is the link you need:

http://www.garrisonsportsgroup.com/c...ce/contact.asp

Now ... no more excuses. Get back out there and RIDE

EDIT: I found another possibility:

http://www.diadora.com/instradatore/contact_en.phtml

Good luck!
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Thanks. But I must admit that the tennis links had me fooled.
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Forget about Diadora's customer service; I am trying to get replacement cleat-mounting plates (mine cracked!) for my Piccante MTB shoes and the silence is deafening.
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Update time:

I called Diadora's U.S. distributor and they said parts can be ordered through any Cannondale dealer.

Here's hoping!
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Thanks. Please post if you have success.
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OK, I finally got a chance to run by my closest Cannondale shop, Helen's on Broadway & 26th in Santa Monica. I explained what I wanted and how Diadora said to go to a C-dale dealer. The guy takes me to their shoe section, rummages around behind the display for a few minutes and comes up with a package containing the exact parts I needed.

"No charge," he said. "We always have a few of these laying around."

Turns out Shimano SPD cleats come with new backing plates for shoes that need them, and when the shop fits a set to shoes that do not they have the plates left over.

I know this may not help your quest for a new buckle, but I can't help think of all the anti-LBS threads running around out there.

Good bike shops rock.
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I have searched the Web a fair bit, and can't find anyone who sells spare parts for Diadora shoes. In particular, the ratchet strap for the MICRO CL buckle. Anyone?

http://www.teamcyclist.com/store/Diadora-ID_C42.cfm
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Tnaks for the link!

I have now visited three Cannondale stores, and none have any Diadora parts "yet".
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The distributor didn't say the dealers would necessarily stock the parts, only that they could order them.

That link looks promising, though; good show, Soil Sampler.
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I can't tell if Diadora itself has gone bust or what- Cannondale dealers certainly don't sell parts for them.. It seems like the place for parts is Trialtir U.S.A., Inc, 5800 Windfern Lane, Houston, TX 77041 Phone 1-888-867-4334[IMG]chrome://sipgateffx/skin/icon_click2dial.gif[/IMG] (713) 690-9413[IMG]chrome://sipgateffx/skin/icon_click2dial.gif[/IMG]
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