|Advice for you Sidi owners||Tig|
Sep 20, 2001 2:13 PM
|Check the rubber heel piece on your Sidi road shoes for looseness. Tighten the screw just to make sure. Both pieces fell off of my 6 week old Genius 3's while riding this week.
Why and I warning everyone about something so minor? Well, the retail cost for EACH of these rubber pieces is $11.99!
|re: Advice for you Sidi owners||Akirasho|
Sep 20, 2001 2:41 PM
I was lucky enuff to be stopped at a light when one fell off as I put my foot down (screw was still there too). A quick check showed that the other shoe was on it's way too.
Blue Loctite ended this concern.
Remain In Light.
|Loctite is a must! -NM||Tig|
Sep 20, 2001 4:59 PM
|hey, thanks...I just bought my Sidi's! (nm)||Roxy|
Sep 20, 2001 3:43 PM
|Spank ewe berry mush...||jaybird|
Sep 21, 2001 3:22 AM
|Sorry, its early Friday morning and I am not feeling myself today. No, not like that...|
|re: Advice for you Sidi owners||godot|
Sep 21, 2001 4:29 AM
|thank you very much |
both were loose. the right one was almost gone.
i thought about using duct tape, but loctite seemed a better solution.
|but keep the Loctite off the top buckles||Luis|
Sep 21, 2001 12:07 PM
|It melts the plastic on the ratchet buckles. First hand experience.|
|re: Advice for you Sidi owners||morey|
Oct 2, 2001 4:25 AM
|I just lost one. You are correct, the other was loose too.
They certainly are expensive to replace. Loc-Tite hopefully will solve the problem.