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Old 07-26-12, 08:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Looigi View Post
Perhaps the alignment of the cleats on the bottom of the shoe is such that your natural foot angle falls in a different spot with respect to the range of float than it did with your previous pedals?
+1. That's a good suggestion. At first, my SPD-SL cleats had all the float on one side rather than a little each direction. After addressing that, I don't remember my cleats loosening much in terms of float...maybe just a little.
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