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    Pedal suggestions, please?

    I'm getting a new Tarmac today, and I do not, repeat DO NOT, want to change cleats.

    So, I'm looking for a black pedal that uses the LOOK DELTA cleat.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
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    No idea what the issue is with the cleat, but I just started using my Keo Blade (16nm) and I love it. I'm coming from 105s.

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    I think you're stuck with Wellgo, Exustar, Nashbar or eBay. Maybe some LBS has Look NOS stock lying around. Of current keo pedals, blades and keo 2 max carbon are black.

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    Exustar Carbon. We keep a few pair around for the luddites (excuse me, seasoned veterans) to use.

    http://www.exustar.com/2011/pr100ckti.html
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    Whatever pedals you get will come with new cleats...whats the big deal with taking 3 screws out and swapping them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NSpooner View Post
    Whatever pedals you get will come with new cleats...whats the big deal with taking 3 screws out and swapping them?
    +1.

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    Why not just swap the pedals between the two bikes? It takes about 30 seconds. Unless you plan to ride them both at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frpax View Post
    I'm getting a new Tarmac today, and I do not, repeat DO NOT, want to change cleats.

    So, I'm looking for a black pedal that uses the LOOK DELTA cleat.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
    Dude, you've got over 2,400 posts and you seriously can't figure this out? Like um, if you're insistent on keep your LOOK cleats, try LOOK pedals? I mean, really, there aren't too many options then, are there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpath View Post
    Like um, if you're insistent on keep your LOOK cleats, try LOOK pedals?
    Look doesn't make Delta compatible pedals any longer. If the OP wants a delta-compatible pedal, it won't be made by Look.
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    OK smarties, I can put whatever pedal I want on, right? Even I know this.

    But since I have MORE than 1 bike; all of which take the DELTA pedal; I really like to not have to change pedals on 3 bikes, AND I'd like to not have to buy a pair of shoes to run on just the new bike.

    Make sense?

    Anhyway, I got some older Forte's coming my way via ebay.

    Thank you Terry, for understanding me.

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