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Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Olympia, Washington
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Turn the pedal's retention spring down, take your shoe by hand and check how it fits into the pedal. Is there any interference from the shoe tread? Maybe the tread hits the pedal axle?
You may need to trim away a bit of the tread if it interferes . I have had to do this on a few shoe/pedal combinations.
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