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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:

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You should have on the bottom of the shoe 4 threaded holes showing.
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The cleat should be placed directly on top of this... with the point facing towards the front of the shoe.
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