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Sidi MTB 4 Hole Cleat Receptacle Plate Help

Old 10-25-21, 07:10 AM
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Sidi MTB 4 Hole Cleat Receptacle Plate Help

I have a pair of Sidi Dominators that I stripped the threads on the cleat plate.
How do I replace the cleat plate. It appears the sole is glued in?

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Old 10-25-21, 03:14 PM
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You have to access the cleat plate from inside the shoe.. Just peel away the insole. I don't think a eplacement plate exist, so you'll have to find something suitable that will hold the cleat screw.
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Old 10-25-21, 03:56 PM
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This plate?
https://www.sidi.com/en/spare-parts/...ent-plate.html
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Old 10-25-21, 05:07 PM
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Access plate from inside, you can just rotate it 180 degrees and replace. 4 holes and you only need 2. Blue sock liner is not glued in - canít recall if the footbed beneath is or not but I know Iíve removed one before.
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Originally Posted by msu2001la View Post
Yes this is the plate. I am not sure about ripping out the inner sole of the shoe. The inner sole is solidly glued in the shoe.
Looks difficult to replace.
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Originally Posted by 1885 View Post
Yes this is the plate. I am not sure about ripping out the inner sole of the shoe. The inner sole is solidly glued in the shoe.
Looks difficult to replace.
Carefully remove the insole from the footbed. It can be reglued with some suitable adhesive after you replace the plate, or if it fits tightly enough I wouldn't even bother regluing.

Worst case: you damage the insole and have to replace that. Sidi also sells OEM replacements... or save a few bucks with a generic.
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