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Old 09-30-05, 02:23 PM   #1
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Gold pedals.

Ok, since my second set of Snafu pedals in 3 months broke I needed new pedals,



The pedals are Eastern BMX pedals.

Also a pic showing my set up while the hand is healing.

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Old 09-30-05, 03:34 PM   #2
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Those look AWESOME! Nice bike too
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Old 09-30-05, 04:37 PM   #3
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What's next? A Louis Vuitton upolstered saddle?
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Old 09-30-05, 04:44 PM   #4
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went back to the 10 stud instead of 4 those should last you my freind has an eastern bmx and he puts it through heck

i bet those crank brothers pedals are looking mighty good now.
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Those are pretty sweet looking. I still haven't installed my Odyssey pedals yet, I'll try that today
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I think they look great with the dark red bike. Are they grippy?
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bling, i nodiced you changed the brake routing on the front too, i need to switch mine back to hollow bolt.
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how come i don't see front brake levers? (i'm ******** when it comes to bikes)
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You do, he's running 1 brake,
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Old 09-30-05, 07:37 PM   #10
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Actually it looks like he has both levers on the same side.
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Both on one side....how does that work? Is it hard to apply only one, or more of one than the other?

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i only see one lever, but 2 rotors. so does that one lever control both?
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i only see one lever, but 2 rotors. so does that one lever control both?
Look closer. There are two there on the same side. (Please don't make me blow it up and highlight)
He must have done that after he bunged his hand up on that fence
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Nice bike and nice looking pedals. Gold stands out for sure.
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How much did they cost?
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$30 usd

There are two brakes on the bike, just like raiyn said, did that because of my hand.
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They kind of remind me of Primo's... I'll be interested to hear how they ride, though the new Crank Bros. 5050 has me drooling
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Nice pedals. I will be curious how they hold up. If they make it 3 months I might have to get a set
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Nice, the bike looks sweet too
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What's next? A Louis Vuitton upolstered saddle?
You don't have one yet? Those are all the rage ~ along with Tommy grips
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