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    Which Clipless Pedals?

    I am looking for some clipless peadals to replace my cages. I was thinking about the LOOK A3.1's but have heard they squeak alot, is this true? Any suggestions on some good pedals would be appreciated, thanks Chris

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    if you want that same wide look platform I highly recommend the ultegra spd sl pedals. They are wonderful and work great. You can pick them up on ebay for <90$. Had mine now for 3 months and they are working flawlessly, even after a crash and skid.
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    yes, i am looking for the wide look platform, are the ultegras float pedals?

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    How about the Look 357 or 396 they are about same cost at nashbar, I dont' have any experience with any of these paticular look pedals so can't answer about the squeak. Any pedal with a larger platform especialy if plastic part you might get a squeak now and then I just put a bit of grease on the pedal and it quiets all up again for another year. Another option for larger platform pedals is the Campy Pedals, similar to the Look design.

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    The best bet is to try them on at your LBS. Thats what i plan on doing as soon as my shoes come in.

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    You can get the spd sl cleats as float or fixed. The float I think is 6 degrees, not positive on that but there are float cleats.
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