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Old 12-26-08, 11:26 PM   #1
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wellgo mg 1 pedals

i am thinking about getting a set of these pedals they are 298 grams per pair with the titanium ti axle seald cartridge bearings and replacable pinsi can get a set of blue ones for about $90, has anyone ever used them just how good are they, was wondering what your thoughts are before i get them
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Old 12-27-08, 12:17 AM   #2
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Do they have both long and short pins? *squints eyes* are those even replaceable?
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Old 12-27-08, 12:37 AM   #3
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yes they are replaceable it takes a hex allen wrench to fit the top of the pins i dont know if it comes with 2 sizes of pins since the are replacable it shouldnt cost to much and be to hard to get longer pins
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Do they have both long and short pins? *squints eyes* are those even replaceable?
Siu is a n00bcake.

It says they're replaceable in the OP.
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Can't say much about that model, but I've been using wellgo mag -crmo axle for 8 yrs., no problems yet functionally, lost a few pins and couldn't find replacements.
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Not bad pedals, i have the unsealed version but man will they take a chunk out of you're foot!!

check out the primo stricker mag pedals also ... http://tripxamerica.com/2008/11/22/p...nesium-pedals/
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