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Old 08-24-04, 01:55 AM   #1
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Any way to get cleats further back on Sidis?

Hi,

My old Adidas shoes are dying, so today I looked at some Sidis.

I still use toe-clips, so I attached some "rail friendly" (or "rat-trap friendly) cleats to the new Sidis, but they will not go back far enough for me; about 5mm short.

Any tips?

I could adjust my pedal postion to cater for the new shoes, but obviously I'd rather not.

Thanks
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