Use the shape of the cleat and the number of mounting bolts to identify your cleats using the following guidelines.

**ATAC Cleat**

ATAC Easy cleats are marked "easy" on the back of the cleat, and the leading edge comes to a point, while standard ATAC cleats have a rounded square leading edge.

TIME MTB pedals with model numbers below "6" come with the ATAC Easy cleat, which has a 10° release angle. These models include:

TIME MTB pedals with model numbers "6" and higher come with the standard ATAC cleat, which has a 13° or 17° release angle. Cleat orientation determines the release angle. These models include:

**Note: The DH4 pedal comes with the standard ATAC cleat, offering a 13° or 17° release angle.*

**ICLIC Cleat**

TIME road pedals use three cleat mounting bolts and come with the ICLIC cleat; these include:

The ICLIC cleat offers +/-5° of angular float and +/-1.25mm of lateral float. A "fixed" cleat with 0mm lateral float and +/-5° angular float is available separately, SRAM part number 00.6718.023.000.

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