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    Rubber replacement for toe spikes?

    Anyone make this? I have some Diadora MTB shoes with holes up front for toe spikes. Those holes are occupied by screws, and every time my foot is coming off a step on the screws my foot slips. I don't want to wear the toe spikes either (that's worse). Taking the screws out leaves bare plastic with large holes that water and road crud gets into.

    I want basically a rubber screw in stud or tread point to put where the toe spikes go. I've done Google searches to no avail.

    Anyone know of anything?
    Good night...and good luck

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    I bet the holes will take soccer studs, which come in a wide variety of heights and materials. Your local soccer shop may be able to help you or suggest something.
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    instead of taking the screws out, cut them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkrobe View Post
    I bet the holes will take soccer studs, which come in a wide variety of heights and materials. Your local soccer shop may be able to help you or suggest something.
    Soccer studs. That's bloody brilliant.
    Good night...and good luck

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