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    Giro Terraduro..

    Great shoe, clipping in and out a little different. I have to press down on my Shimano SPD extra before it clicks in and extra when I clip out. Where do I cut out the sole??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottay5150 View Post
    Great shoe, clipping in and out a little different. I have to press down on my Shimano SPD extra before it clicks in and extra when I clip out. Where do I cut out the sole??

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    Clip in, then take the shoe off your foot. Then rotate the shoe on the pedal until it's upside down. Look to see where the problem area is and take a Dremel to it.
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    Can you get shims for you cleats? Crank Brothers always includes shims to space the cleat out if needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedsti View Post
    Can you get shims for you cleats? Crank Brothers always includes shims to space the cleat out if needed.
    WTF? Are you crazy, a shim adds weight, while derailing takes weight off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Clip in, then take the shoe off your foot. Then rotate the shoe on the pedal until it's upside down. Look to see where the problem area is and take a Dremel to it.
    agreed with this.

    mine originally had the same problem, but i just centered the cleat more between the rubber sole portions, and moved it forward a bit (had it almost all the way back towards the heal in the cutout) and that fixed the binding. no cutting required.

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    Hmm, I am looking for the least invasive process to remove the sticking issues.. Comfortable shoes that's for sure. If I do Dremel it, what bit do I use, never used a Dremel..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Bickle View Post
    WTF? Are you crazy, a shim adds weight, while derailing takes weight off.
    Agreed..

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    Fixed with the Crap Bros metal plate..

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    Run mine with Time pedals, no modifications necessary. These are great shoes for just about anything other that racing xc or cross( because of their weight)
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    Agreed!

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