SM-SH51 for single direction release, and for "Easy step-in" feature.
Code No: Y-424 98200 (Cleat Nut included)
Code No: Y-424 98201 (Cleat Nut not included)
SM-SH55 for multi-directional release except PD-M959/M540/M520
Code No.:Y-424 98300(Cleat Nut included)
Y-424 98301((Cleat Nut not included)
Features Open design pedal in economical price. The open binding mechanism is designed to better shed mud, Low maintenance sealed bearing cartridge axle. Colors: Black and Silver Specifications SPD Cleat Surfaces both surfaces, Pop-up Floating Cage No, Spindle Thread BC 9/16” x 20T.P.I., Spindle chrome-moly, Cartridge Spindle Yes Cleat Retention Indicator Yes, Cleat Retention Adjuster Yes, Mud Shedding Design Yes, Pedal Body "aluminum/ barrel (silver) painted (black) " Reflector SM-PD22, Average Weight 380g (pair)
-Brass cleat fits any SPD compatible shoe -6 degrees rotational float -15.2mm stack height puts your foot right over the spindle -Great mud clearance -Road or mountain use
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