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Crank Bro cleats for bike, sort of.

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Crank Bro cleats for bike, sort of. by sni256andr Feb 1, 2013
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These are models of CB premium cleats (e.g., for EggBeater clipless pedals). The dimensions were taken with caliper from new set of cleats.

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Print them and cast in Al 7075, if you can. Or just print with 100% infill and use.
The Left One is different from the Right One, don't use two identical.

Printed them with Solidoodle @ default settings, 20% infill. Took 9 minutes (each). Weight - 3g each (ABS).

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You need them to be printed in nylon at the very least. Might work then.

id put money that these last longer than the bearings in the pedals ;)

I found that they stick in the pedal and don't release easily. So, don't just print, install and go! Try them one at a time to make sure you can unclip.

Are they usable? or do they break off on first release?

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