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Sidi ENERGY 2's(4 posts)

Sidi ENERGY 2'sImmarocker
Jun 30, 2003 6:46 PM
Love my new shoes. Great right out of the box, however, after 300 miles while doing a pre-ride check, guess what is missing? Those darn adjuster screws in the sole. Both are gone, any idea on where to get replacements and how much? Thanks in advance.
re: Sidi ENERGY 2'sMike Prince
Jul 1, 2003 4:47 AM
Seeing that they are that new, I would first try SIDI USA. You may get lucky and get free replacement adjusters. I know that Excel Sports (www.excelsports.com) used to carry the adjusters, not sure now as the shoes are no longer in production.
Skip 'emfiltersweep
Jul 1, 2003 4:55 AM
I lost one of mine- saw how much replacements cost, and weighed it against their purpose (which appears to be "marketing hype") and I've ridden without for the last few years (I took the other out as well).

Better use some Loctite on the heel caps, or you will be shopping for those as well. Seriously! Damnable "user replaceable" parts!
Had the same problem, only, it was after 50 miles...Stinky Hippie
Jul 1, 2003 6:26 PM
....I've gone without them simply because I haven't had time to call SIDI. However, I'm willing to bet they would take care of you if you call them. They like to do warranty work directly with their customers and have a good reputation for treating them well. ( They were great when I had issues with my old butt ugly blue Dominator 2s) . This is a problem, along with those darned screw-in heel pieces, that seems to plague just about everyone I've talked to.

Feel the gin