I've lost the instructions that came with my KeO Sprint pedals and the LOOK website isn't much help for finding any archive info, so...
I have noticed lately that there is some new, noticeable play in (I believe) the connection between the cleat and the pedal body that manifests as an audible click I can also feel in the shoe, mostly when I'm out of the saddle or sprinting. It's not distressing and hasn't led to premature release or anything, but it's something I haven't felt until recently and wanted to check into. Upon inspection it's obvious that they've worn on the platform area where the cleat rubs against the pedal body. (I've gone through a couple of sets of cleats and have not felt the same thing when the old ones were ready to be replaced, so I don't think it's the cleats...) The pedals have approximately 10,000kms on them.
Does anyone know a rule of thumb for when pedals become too worn to work reliably?
If necessary, I'd rather replace them before they start releasing unintentionally...
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