Installation Guide

Golf Cleat & Spike Removal & Installation Guide

Step 1.

Remove your old cleats and spikes with a quality spikes wrench.

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Twist counter-clockwise until they come out of the receptacle.

Ensure all dirt and debris is completely removed from the receptacle and surrounding areas prior to fitting new cleats of spikes.

Step 2.

Ensure you have the correct replacement cleats to match the receptacle in your golf shoes, click here to view receptacles. 

The cleat thread should also be matched as accurately as possible. Click here to view thread patterns.  If you are unsure, please email us a picture. Top, Side and Underside.

Please note installing the wrong cleat into a mismatched receptacle can permanently damage the receptacle. 

Do not attempt to force the cleats into the receptacles, check for obstructions and make sure you are installing the correct cleat.

Fast Twist - Fast Twist 3.0 – Tour Lock - Slim Lok – Tri-Lok

For Fast Twist 3.0, Tour Lock and Slim Lock cleats, thread the cleat into the receptacle by hand and twist until it clicks 1 time.

Please note: Do not attempt to fit the older deeper thread type Fast Twist or Tri-Lok threads (no longer manufactured) (now only available in SoftSpikes Cyclone) into the newer Fast Twist 3.0 receptacle (the small pin in the receptacle will prevent them fitting).

In most cases the newer Fast Twist 3.0 will fit all of the above thread type patterns. Please check with us first if you have the very old deeper Fast Twist or Tri Lok thread pattern.

Pins

For Pins thread cleats, align the cleat to fit into the receptacle and place it in by hand.

Do not attempt to hand tighten.

Using your wrench to turn the cleat clockwise until it clicks 3 times, locking the cleat into place.

Q-Lok

For Q-Lok thread cleats, align the cleat to fit into the receptacle and place it in by hand.

Do not attempt to hand tighten.

Using your wrench to turn the cleat clockwise until it clicks 1 time, locking the cleat into place.

Metal Thread (6mm) – (Large Plastic 9mm)

For metal and plastic screw type thread cleats, thread the cleat into the receptacle and hand-tighten just enough so that the cleat stays in place and is not cross threaded.

Using your wrench turn clockwise until the cleat is flush with the sole of the shoe, locking the cleat into place.

Do not over-tighten.

Discalimer Please Note:

This guide is to assist you with removing and fitting your cleats.

We accept no liability for any damage/injury caused to property or persons by using this guide, or following any information contained in any part of our website. 

If you are unsure about any aspect, please seek professional advice.

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