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Old 07-12-08, 12:40 PM   #1
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changing pedals on Dahon Curve

I would like to be able to use toe clips on my Dahon Curve, but it doesn't look like you can do it with the stock pedals. Anyone change out the pedals and use clips?

Are there other folding pedals that are better than the stock ones?
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I would purchase some MKS removable pedals and install the toe clips on these pedals.
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check out the cool set up at www.thorusa.com it is a band that goes over the shoe.
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this is right link i think

http://www.thorusa.com/dahon/accessories/pedals.htm
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Cool. I didn't know about those removable pedals. But I had seen the band for the foot and had liked the looks of it. I didn't realize the pedals Thorusa is showing on that page are removable. (he should put a description for the uneducated of us)

I might just go for those. But there are two choices. Anybody know the difference between the two? I mean I can see they look a bit different, but they are the same price.

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The difference between the two pedals is that the black ones are knock-offs of some Campy pedals of the past, (notice rounded outer edge), and the silver ones are square track type pedals. I personally like the Campy knock offs. Your choice!
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