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the other day i had to tighten the screws on the cleat portion of my road shoes.
but i think i moved it too forward, and then when i clipped in, my shoes were not aligned --so i had to struggle to unclip...where should the cleat be , under the palm of my feet?

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Fred in training
 

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Some pro fitters say the spindle should be right below the ball of the foot, some say that the spindle should be right behind the ball of the foot. For angle, it's about what lines up your legs. It took me about seven adjustments to get my cleat to where it didn't hurt my knees and where I could unclip. I will go and get the shoes professionally fit soon, as I don't want to risk injury. It would be ideal to do that.
 
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