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    Sole protection from cleats mounting

    I see that crank bros have a piece of plastic between the cleat and the sole. Is there something like this that exist for shimano cleats? I had trouble dialing in the cleat and now that i have found the spot there are cleat marks every where.

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    its not so much protection as it is a shim. my wellgo spds came with some shims. i dont think they will offer you any protection but if you want you can pm me your address and i will mail you them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    its not so much protection as it is a shim. my wellgo spds came with some shims. i dont think they will offer you any protection but if you want you can pm me your address and i will mail you them.
    sounds very genorous, thanks, i was also thinking about cutting up some milk jugs as well

    sent you a pm

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    got your pm. i will send them by mail tomorrow. i dont have any use for them so i might as well give them to someone who does.

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    Beater blockers. Find em on ebay. they work awesome.

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