Shimano Deore XT PD-M8120

Instrukcja obsługi Shimano Deore XT PD-M8120

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  • One Holland, Irvine, California 92618, U.S.A. Phone: +1-949-951-5003
    High Tech Campus 92, 5656 AG Eindhoven, The Netherlands Phone: +31-402-612222
    3-77 Oimatsu-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka 590-8577, Japan
    Please note: specifi cations are subject to change for improvement without notice. (English)
    © May 2018 by Shimano Inc. ITP
    UM-L800A-004-00
    User's manual
    SPD Pedals
    User's manuals in other languages are available at :
    http://si.shimano.com
    IMPORTANT NOTICE
    Contact the place of purchase or a bicycle dealer for information on installation and
    adjustment of the products which are not found in the user's manual. A dealer's
    manual for professional and experienced bicycle mechanics is available on our website
    (http://si.shimano.com).
    Do not disassemble or alter this product.
    For safety, be sure to read this user's manual thoroughly before use,
    and follow it for correct use.
    Important Safety Information
    For replacement information, contact the place of purchase or a bicycle
    dealer.
    WARNING TO PARENT / GUARDIAN
    USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE USER'S MANUALS IS ESSENTIAL
    FOR YOUR CHILD'S SAFETY. MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR CHILD UNDERSTAND THESE
    USER'S MANUALS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE USER'S MANUALS MAY RESULT IN
    SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
    WARNING
    These pedals are designed so that you release them only when intended.
    They are not designed to release automatically at times such as when falling off the
    bicycle.
    Use only SPD shoes with this product. Other types of shoes may not release from the
    pedals, or may release unexpectedly.
    Use only Shimano cleats (SM-SH51 / SM-SH56) and tighten the mounting bolts securely
    to the shoes.
    Before attempting to ride with these pedals and shoes, make sure you understand the
    operation of the engagement / release mechanism for the pedals and cleats (shoes).
    Before you attempt to ride with these pedals and shoes, apply the brakes, then place
    one foot on the ground and practice engaging and releasing each shoe from its pedal
    until you can do so naturally and with minimal effort.
    Ride on level ground fi rst until you become accustomed to engaging and releasing
    your shoes from the pedals.
    Before riding, adjust the spring tension of the pedals to your liking.
    If the spring tension of the pedals is low, the cleats may become accidentally released
    and you may lose balance and fall off the bicycle. If the spring tension of the pedals is
    high, the cleats cannot be easily released.
    When riding at low speed or when there is a possibility that you might need to stop
    riding, (for example, when doing a U-turn, nearing an intersection, riding uphill or
    turning a blind curve), release your shoes from the pedal beforehand so that you can
    quickly put your feet onto the ground at any time.
    Use a lighter spring tension for attaching the pedal cleats when riding in adverse
    conditions.
    Keep cleats and bindings out of dirt and debris to ensure proper engagement and
    release.
    Remember to check the cleats periodically for wear. When the cleats are worn, replace
    them. Always check the spring tension before riding and after replacing the pedal
    cleats.
    BE SURE TO READ AND FOLLOW THE ABOVE WARNINGS CAREFULLY.
    If the warnings are not followed, your shoes may not come out of the pedals when
    you intend or they may come out unexpectedly or accidentally, and severe injury
    may result.
    Refl ectors have to be mounted to the bike at any time as soon as traveling on public
    roads.
    Optional refl ectors are available for models that do not come equipped with refl ectors
    as standard. For information on suitable refl ectors, contact the place of purchase or a
    bicycle dealer.
    Do not continue riding the bicycle if the refl ectors are dirty or damaged, otherwise it
    becomes more diffi cult for oncoming vehicles to see you.
    After reading the user's manual carefully, keep it in a safe place for later reference.
    <Models that come with gripping force adjustment pins>
    If you are not sure about how to adjust the pins on the pedals, consult a dealer or an
    agency.
    If the gripping force between the shoes and the pedals (the force which stops the
    shoes from slipping sideways) is insuffi cient, remove the spacers. This will increase the
    gripping force. If the gripping force on the shoes is increased, you will not be able to
    disengage your feet from the pedals by sliding them sideways unless you fi rst raise
    your feet from the pedals. To avoid falling off the bicycle and suffering serious injury,
    practice engaging and disengaging one foot from the pedal with the other foot fi rmly
    on the ground until you become used to the operation. If you cannot get used to this
    operation, install the spacers.
    Because the pins are long, they may cause injury if they come into direct contact with
    your skin. Be sure to wear clothing and protective gear which is suitable for the way in
    which the bicycle is to be used.
    Note
    In addition, if pedaling performance does not feel normal, check this once more.
    If you experience any trouble with the rotating parts of the pedal, the pedal may
    require adjustment. Contact the place of purchase or a bicycle dealer.
    Parts are not guaranteed to resist natural wear or deterioration resulting from normal
    use.
    For maximum performance we highly recommend Shimano lubricants and
    maintenance products.
    Regular inspections before riding the bicycle
    Before riding the bicycle, check the following items. If any problems are found with the
    following items, contact the place of purchase or a bicycle dealer.
    Are the fastening sections fi xed securely?
    Is there a large gap between the cleats and the pedals because of wear?
    Are there any abnormalities in the engagement and release of the cleats?
    Are there any abnormal noises?
    Names of parts
    Fastening
    section
    Binding
    Binding
    Spacer
    Pin
    Binding
    Fastening section
    Cleat mounting bolts
    Cleat adapter
    Cleat
    Cleat types and using the pedals
    WARNING
    Do not use the pedals and cleats in any way other than as
    described in these user's manuals. The cleats are designed
    to engage and release from the pedals when facing
    forward.
    See below for instructions on how to install the cleats.
    FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN
    SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
    Front
    Single release mode cleats (SM-SH51) and multiple release mode cleats (SM-SH56) are
    available for use with these pedals.
    Each type of cleat has its own distinctive features, so be sure to read the Service
    Instructions carefully and select whichever type of cleat best suits your riding style
    and the terrain and riding conditions which you will encounter.
    Other types of cleats, such as single release mode cleats (SM-SH52) and multiple
    release mode cleats (SM-SH55), cannot be used as they do not provide stable enough
    step-out performance or suffi cient holding force.
    Engaging the cleats with the pedals
    Press the cleats into the pedals with a forward
    and downward motion.
    Releasing the cleats from the pedals
    The method of release varies according to the type of cleats you are using.
    (Check the model number and color of your cleats to determine the proper method
    of release.)
    Single release mode cleats:
    SM-SH51
    (black)
    Multiple release mode cleats:
    SM-SH56
    (silver, gold / Optional accessory)
    These cleats only release when the
    heel is moved outward.
    They will not release if the heel is
    twisted in any other direction.
    The cleats can be released by twisting
    your heel in any direction.
    Upward force may be applied to the
    pedal, since they will not release unless
    the foot is twisted outward.
    Because the cleats can also be released
    by lifting your heel, they may become
    accidentally released when applying
    upward force on the pedals.
    These cleats should not be used for
    riding which involves pulling up on the
    pedals, or for activities such as
    jumping, in which pulling force is
    applied to the pedals causing possible
    release.
    The cleats will not necessarily release if
    you lose your balance.
    Accordingly, for places and conditions
    where it looks as though you may lose
    balance, make sure that you have
    suffi cient time to release the cleats
    beforehand.
    Although the cleats can be released by
    twisting your heels in any direction, or
    by lifting, they will not necessarily
    release if you lose your balance.
    Accordingly, for places and conditions
    where it looks as though you may lose
    balance, make sure that you have
    suffi cient time to release the cleats
    beforehand.
    When you are pedaling vigorously,
    your heel may inadvertently twist
    outward and this may cause the cleat
    to release accidentally.
    This can be prevented by adjusting the
    amount of force required to release
    the cleats; you should practice until
    you are accustomed to the amount of
    force and the angle required to release
    the cleats. If the cleat releases by
    accident, you may fall off the bicycle
    and serious injury may result.
    If the use of the multiple release mode
    cleats are not suffi ciently understood
    or used correctly, they may release
    accidentally more frequently than
    single release mode cleats.
    You can help to prevent this by
    adjusting the amount of force required
    to release the cleats in any direction,
    and you should practice until you are
    accustomed to the amount of force
    and the angle required to release. If
    the cleats release by accident, you may
    fall off the bicycle and serious injury
    may result.
    Note:
    It is necessary to practice releasing until you become accustomed to the technique.
    * In multiple release mode, releasing by lifting your heel requires particular practice.
    < If installing cleat spacers >
    The cleat spacers are only compatible with Shimano cleats (SM-SH51 / SM-SH56).
    Please use the cleat spacers only as follows. When using the spacers, please use
    only one for each SPD compatible shoe.
    - If the block of the shoe sole is high, it may interfere with the pedal, and the
    shoe may not attach to the pedal smoothly.
    - If debris, such as dirt, adheres to the shoe sole or pedals, the shoe may not
    attach to the pedal smoothly.
    Cleat mounting bolts
    Cleat adapter
    Cleat
    Cleat
    spacer
    The side to be installed to
    the sole
    (the side with the small protrusion)
    The side to be inserted into
    the cleat
    Adjusting the spring tension of the pedals
    Increase
    Decrease
    Adjustment bolt
    Adjustment bolt
    1
    1
    2
    2
    2.5 mm hexagon wrench /
    3 mm hexagon wrench
    Adjustment plate
    The spring tension of the pedals can be adjusted by turning the adjustment bolt.
    Clicking the adjustment bolt changes the tension one step. There are four clicks per
    turn.
    The adjustment bolt is located at the rear of each binding, resulting in four positions in
    total. (2 positions in total of both pedals for some models)
    Adjust the spring force to the optimal cleat holding force when releasing the cleats
    from the bindings.
    Equalize the cleat holding forces at four positions (2 positions for some models) by
    checking the adjustment plate position and counting the number of turns of the
    adjustment bolts.
    Turning the adjustment bolt clockwise increases the spring tension, and turning it
    counterclockwise decreases it.
    Strongest position Weakest position
    Adjustment
    plate
    Adjustment
    bolt
    If the adjustment plate is at the strongest or the weakest position, do not turn
    the adjustment bolt any further.
    Note:
    In order to prevent accidental or unintentional release from occurring, make sure
    all the spring tensions are properly adjusted and check the spring tensions.
    If the spring tensions are not adjusted equally, it can cause the rider diffi culty to
    engage or release from the pedals. The spring tension should be adjusted equally
    for both the right and left pedal.
    Replacement of the cleats and body cover
    The cleats and body cover are prone to wear and tear and need to be replaced
    periodically.
    The cleats and body cover should be replaced at a dealer or an agency as soon as possible
    after they become worn and diffi cult to release, or release with much less effort than
    when they were new.
    Body cover
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Marka Shimano
Model Deore XT PD-M8120
Produkt Akcesorium rowerowe
EAN 4550170444204
Język Angielski
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