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Old 09-26-04, 08:06 AM   #1
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xpedo pedals

Anyone have the "Xpedo" TI/Mag or TI/TI pedals? If so what are your thoughts? They are priced low and the wieght of the TI/TI is a claimed 198g. However, is quality sacrificed for low weight? Comments anyone?..gracias.
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Old 09-26-04, 10:27 AM   #2
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There is a rider weight limit on those, so as long as you aren't too heavy, you'll be fine. If you are jumping on and off of them, I still would go with some beefier pedals.
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Hi,Im Jose Miguel from spain,Im thinking about buy the xpado MAG/TI or Shimano 959 I like the Xpedo because looks better and is so much light but I dont know its durability,somebody know something about? other thing is the limit of 80kg , this is my weight but....is thinked for the normal jumps or manouvers in the mountain???

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I own 2 pairs of Xpedo Mag/Ti but are on my road bikes where they work superbly. They are not, however, recommended for mountain biking due to the extreme vulnerability of the spring tension adjustment housing. You hit a rock once and forget about the pedal. I have heard the Ti/Ti has this design problem fixed but not sure myself.
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