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Old 08-17-02, 07:07 AM   #1
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What to do about replacement cleats?

I think my cleats are damaged some how and not allowing me to clip out at all. Im using nashbar pedals, would shimano cleats work on them? i dont want to wait for nashbar replacement cleats.
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If the Nashbar pedals are SPD-compatible, Shimano cleats will work. Or Wellgo cleats. I believe Wellgo makes Nashbar's pedals.

I've had Ritchey, Shimano, and Wellgo SPD's, and the cleats from all of them have worked with all of the pedals.

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