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Old 08-11-13, 10:36 AM   #1
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pedals for an 08' khs flite 300

noob question. i bought the bike used and it has clip in pedals/shoes which im not going to use .im looking for a platform(without straps), plastic or alloy that will fit. i dont know the thread pitch/pattern that will work? please .thanks all. its a solid bike that im using for general training/fitness so dont want to spend too much money.

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Old 08-11-13, 11:11 AM   #2
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anybody know. bike is a tad difficult to ride with no pedals. thanks
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Old 08-11-13, 11:12 AM   #3
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They’re generally all the same
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They’re generally all the same
meaning, even bmx pedals woulf fit? i just want an inexpensive composite platform pedals to train with. i can always buy appropriate pedals and shoes later. thanks
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would these fit?http://www.capitolcyclery.com/produc...s-160736-1.htm
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Hideous, but why not
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Thread is 9/16"- 20TPI. The left one if left threaded.

E: get these-

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Thread is 9/16"- 20TPI. The left one if left threaded.

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nice piece of kit but i need em in black. haha Thread is 9/16"- 20TPI. is that a very common bike pedal thread? thanks
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thanks for the sweet link. haha Thread is 9/16"- 20TPI. is that a very common bike pedal thread? thanks
Pretty much all 3-piece cranks have that hole diameter and threading.

Pretty much all 1-piece cranks have 1/2" holes, dunno pitch but...

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thanks, this is the bike they will be going on
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Just shop for 9/16" pedals. Any will work...

and if the size isn't listed and they're less than 30 years old, they're guaranteed to be 9/16"
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Something like this should do you fine: http://www.pricepoint.com/Brand/Well...lat-Pedals.axd

I'm sure you could find something else cheaper (or more expensive and lighter).
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This should get you started: Pedals, other pedals
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