SPD cleat spacers? Home › Forum › Bike Forum › SPD cleat spacers? Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) SPD cleat spacers? theflatboyMember as long as the bolts are long enough and you can tighten them sufficiently, could you not just use washers or similar? Posted 5 years ago druidhMember I have some spacers from Crank Brothers pedals. They are pretty thin but might just do the trick. Posted 5 years ago WhathaveisaidnowMember Yes, i have several that came with my look pedals, I assume they are all much of a muchness, they are just lying around somewhere, if i can find them I’ll pop them in the post for you . . my email addy is in profile Posted 5 years ago jimilindleyMember I used some plastic milk bottle cut up, but it wore through quite quickly, find something harder and anything will do-coke can? Posted 5 years ago xiphonMember The bolts seem to have enough length – might try the washer trick. druidh – if the above doesn’t work, I might be interested in those spacers. Whathaveisaidnow – thanks for the offer too Posted 5 years ago druidhMember The CB cleats also come with two sets of bolts – long and short 🙂 Posted 5 years ago xiphonMember I’ve got some Shimano AM45 SPD shoes, which despite working nicely with M424 pedals, don’t play nice with M545s 🙁 The cleat area seems too deep into the sole. Looks like I need some sort of spacer to raise the cleat? Does such thing exist? Posted 5 years ago Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) The topic ‘SPD cleat spacers?’ is closed to new replies.