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Old 08-17-05, 08:32 PM   #1
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Nike Kato III

Will the nike kato III work with crank bros mallet c pedal? I gotta get thes pedals.I was just wondering if they would work. Here is a link to nike you have to click on the brown shoes and then kato III the brown shoes are their mountain shoes.
http://www.nike.com/nikecycling/index_flash.html
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Your link sucks. Nike sucks, get some 661 spd compatible shoes.
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Old 08-17-05, 10:38 PM   #3
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http://store.trekbikes.com/jump.jsp?...iProductID=439

These shoes are spd's I have them for the shimano M520's. They work withthat and I was wondering if the fit would be right for the mallet c.
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Will the nike kato III work with crank bros mallet c pedal? I gotta get thes pedals.I was just wondering if they would work. Here is a link to nike you have to click on the brown shoes and then kato III the brown shoes are their mountain shoes.
http://www.nike.com/nikecycling/index_flash.html
The Nike Kato III cleat mount is pretty recessed, if I am remembering correctly. And because the Crank Brothers Mallet C pedals have that platform, you might need some sort of shim or something to have the fit work correctly. I might actually be very wrong, but that's a consideration to make either way!
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Anyways, I have pretty wide feet and the Kato III works well with my feet I tried some looks but they hurt my feet so I got the katos and they don't hurt.
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the part that has all the little triangles that is screwed on, is that big enough to fit on a mallett c?
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will these work with Time Atac's?
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The Nike Kato III cleat mount is pretty recessed, if I am remembering correctly. And because the Crank Brothers Mallet C pedals have that platform, you might need some sort of shim or something to have the fit work correctly. I might actually be very wrong, but that's a consideration to make either way!
The Mallet C pedals come with four plastic shims. I had to use all four (two on each shoe, of course) on my Shimano SH-MA80s.
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will these work with Time Atac's?
Any shoe that is compatible with the SPD bolt pattern will take Times
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alright thanks
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Your link sucks. Nike sucks, get some 661 spd compatible shoes.
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