Time Xpresso pedal spacers

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digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

hello, I was wondering if any one tried to add a 1mm to 2mm worth of spacers to Time Xpresso pedal with Chorus crankset. And if so, what washer have they used, thank you as always!

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by Valbrona

Bad idea. Not much thread on these in the first place.

You will no doubt know that the cleats for these pedals offer two Q Factor settings, depending on which cleat you fit onto which shoe. Can't believe you do not get enough clearance - either at the crank arm or at the chainstay - if you are using the setting that offers the highest Q Factor.

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

yeah, i did notice that thread is pretty much maxxed out, thx

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

two Q Factor settings, didint know about that, let me find a pdf manual

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by Juanmoretime

I would think you could safely use pedal washers if you are not already. I use them with my Sram Red crank because they are specified by Sram to be used.
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