I didn’t use any washers.
Great, sounds like a very simple easy conversion, thank you.
I’ve read a lot of confusing statements on this so I thought I’d ask the question again, but will Assioma DUO-Shi fit with Shimano PD-ES600 SPD pedals without any hack or additional pieces ? I’m aware that there might be a bigger offset (4mm?) than the stock thread, but there doesn’t seem to be a definitive agreement about this online.
Same on one of mine, but only after several 1.000 km, plus it’s 5 years old now.
Unfortunate because this is exactly the concern many people had for the non-replaceable battery that Favero ensured us wouldn’t be an issue. Expensive as hell for such a fatal flaw.
Here’s an example of the PD-ES600 pedals
A Wild idea for Favero Assioma pedals [MTB SPD Hack] - #514 by dorindark
Hi, I’ve screwed the Shi spindle into the Shimano PD A600 body and have met with resistance a bit earlier than expected, should I stop or carry on tightening, your advice would be much appreciated? If this is how it should be then, maybe I should add the 3 washers as you did with the ES500’s?
I think I had a gap. Have XT pedal bodies on the spindles now. This shows and addresses the space issue. o-rings okay but not essential. A Wild idea for Favero Assioma pedals [MTB SPD Hack] - #769 by dorindark Recall the added width being about 10mm over stock. If that’s the increased width, you’ve got it threaded in as far as it will go. Some pedal bodies come up snug, others will have a gap.
Well….I’m taking my chances and ordered the Duo Shi spindles and PD-520 pedals.
I’ve been running the exact same setup on my gravel bike for 2+ years. Thanks to @SpeedyChix. It should work out very well for you.
Did the original conversion suggested in this thread to the xpedo pedals. After a pretty gnarly gravel race in torrid conditions the disengagement (clipping out) is becoming pretty sticky. Any tips to remediate the springs? Just some WD-40 and then lube?
Hi all. Apologies if this has been covered, but is this hack possible using the UNO/single-sided Faveros? Not sure about different axle lengths, etc…
I have squeaks on my SH-51 cleats and Xpedo-pedals. Using the S-Phyre XC-shoes.
I did the single side with the bontrager pedals, no issues. And I just use the original bontrager right pedal with the modded assioma left pedal. Didn’t see any need or point to modding the non-power assioma. However both of those pedals use the same size hex wrench for install, so makes it easy since I switch them between road and gravel bikes frequently.
If anyone is looking to play around with this pedal setup I have a set of the xpedo baldwin pedal bodies that I was going to convert but never did. They are dual sided and one pedal on one side the pedal clip is broken, but paid $25 for them. They still work fine and the other side of the broken pedal works like new. If anyone wants them let me know!
I was wondering if anyone can help me here. I am setting up my Assimo Duo Shi’a and can’t seem to be able to accept the terms and conditions to move on to setup completion. I have to be missing something. It’s just kind of gray and when I click on or near it, nothing happens.
Looks like there’s a sneaky hidden checkbox just behind the activate button you need to tick. (Maybe a UI issue with the app/mobile device you’re on).
Thanks for the quick response! iPhone here running the latest iOS. Still no luck.