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    Eggbeater Question

    Hey Everyone, I've been using SPD's for as long as I can remember. I just got a set of eggbeater pedals and I'm not sure what do look for to tell if I need the shim. Can anyone give me some sort of concrete thing to look for? If it helps, I have Bontrager RXL shoes and I have a relatively easy time clipping in. Thanks guys!

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    If you don't have problem clicking in or out, then no need for the shim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strafer
    If you don't have problem clicking in or out, then no need for the shim.
    Yeah, what he said. I've been using Eggbeaters for 6+ years and am currently riding with Sidi Dominator shoes. I use the thin plastic shim to help get the cleat off the sole a little bit more. If you are able to clip in and out without feeling what would be your sole bottoming out on the pedal, than you do not need shims.

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    jesus efen karist!! do i have this straight? you don't have a problem clipping in or out, so you want to know if you have a problem? i think you might. you worry to much buckeroo

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    ha! he said buckeroo.

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    He also doesn't know the difference between to and too.

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    that's true "too".

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    well you knew what i meant. who are you? daniel freakin webster

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