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  1. primus

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  2. Radical Reed

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    any thing thats good for free ride mountain biking works for uni

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  3. alandrex

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  4. joshuni

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    i've broken a few sets of plastic and metal pedals, but i'm using
    eastern pedals right now with removable screws, they're great. super
    grippy and very strong


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  5. x1psh1x

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  6. markf

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    those look semi-heavy, over priced and not that grippy. the pins don't
    look very long or like their in great places. snafus are the best
    pedals for my money. sturdy but not too expensive so when they wear out
    you can afford to get more. shinburgers are also reportedly incredibly
    sturdy. i know seager really like his konas.


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  7. underdog

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    trials_uni wrote:
    > i like my kona platforms for trials...3.5x3.5" platform with 10
    > removabable pins on each side.

    these are what I ride too. Good, strong pedals. I think I paid
    somewhere around $30 for 'em at the LBS.


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  8. Benjy

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  9. get some wellgo platform pedals with removable pins. they are like, 15$
    BMX pedals and they come in all different colors. you can always
    replace the pins (or remove them for grinding) easily, your feet wont
    fall off and the will be plenty to take most kinds of abuses.

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  10. Johann3s

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  11. abbabibble

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    those 5050's are good for trials, because they're easy to get the pins
    out of one side, and the plates, you can remove, and replace after you
    grind on them a million times.


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  12. The Bruiser

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    i think the wellgo's come with the 2006 DX which is what i have and i
    like those pedals, good grip, but the only problem is all the
    reflectors broke off within a very short period of time like a month.
    everything else is good about it wear shin gaurds though. The snafu
    pedals look nice too those would be my next pedals prob.

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  13. entropy

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    I ride with the (previously mentioned) drilled-out Brooklyn Shinburgers.
    They hold your feet like glue, which is good, because if you slip off,
    you *not* enjoy what happens next. The "bear-trap" nick-name is well
    deserved. They're extremely heavy, huge, and more or less a
    demolition-grade MUni pedal. If they get dull, just file some points
    back on 'em and ride on - no need to change bent pins.

    [image: Images/bmwshinburgerbuy.jpg]

    The aspect that I like most about them is the large platform area they
    provide. It's somewhat forgiving with respect to foot placement,
    assuming you don't altogether miss.

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  14. fordfasterr

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    I just slapped a wellgo set on my 24" ebay gravity uni... within 5
    minutes i was bleeding nicely....

    I just removed all of the studs/pins from it.. I had to leave 8 on each
    side that I can't seem to find how to get them out.. but those don't
    bother me since they are on the far ends of the pedals... I saved the
    studs in case I want to re-install them some day...

    MAN =) Awesome pedals for $ 20 at the LBS.



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  15. unicyclepa

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