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I striped down the cleat mechanism on my SPD pedals, any ideas how to get the springs back in??

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There are parts on a bike that aren't ment to be taken apart because they are unservicable. Refer to Park tool .com Dood Luck

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All SPD pedals use a 2-hole side-by-side mounting pattern. Your shoes must have this same pattern or this is no way to mount the cleats.

Look at the bottom of your shoes:

Is there a 3 hole pattern in the shape of a triangle? Then this is a Road shoe, it may or may not have the 2 hole option. If it has the 2-hole option then you will see generally one fixed hole and a long slot next too it. If there is no threaded insert then one has too be added. Some road shoes that are capable of having the 2-hole option need an internal adapter.

If you have mountain bike shoes (shoes that the cleat once installed is recessed), then you should see two side by side holes. Again some shoes need an internal adapter to provide the threading to screw into. These should have come with your shoes. If you don't see any holes, then you may have a cover that needs removing to gain access.

If neither of these is your scenario then you should consider visiting a bike shop to have them look at your shoes and see what the exact problem is. Any half-way decent mechanic or shop person could tell you in a couple seconds if the shoes and pedals are compatible.

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