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    10 year old Easton Cully pedals

    One of them finally broke on my enduro, does anyone know of a similar pedal? These have been absolutely bulletproof first on my 2005 iron horse mk3 and then on my 2011 enduro.

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    Jeff

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    Re: 10 year old Easton Cully pedals

    Thanks! If they are as good as my old ones, these should were out my current bike and half the next one, well worth the price.

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    i have no idea. im using these, love em...

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    Re: 10 year old Easton Cully pedals

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    i have no idea. im using these, love em...

    Are they really free spinning?

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    if i grab them with my hand, and spin them really hard, theyll spin about a half dozen times

    theyre very smooth spinning, but they wont spin a long time like a wheel
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    Re: 10 year old Easton Cully pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by nauc View Post
    i have no idea. im using these, love em...

    Thanks for the tip, I just ordered them.

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    Re: 10 year old Easton Cully pedals

    I loved the cully pedals... Grippiest pedals ever and left deep bloody shin bites. I've got scars that will never go away from those.

    These days I use deity decoy pedals. Grip me like no other and the pins are replaceable from any hardware store. I love them.

    I also own a pair of deity compound pedals. Just as grippy as their expensive brothers but made of plastic so I don't use them for DH or AM riding.

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    I can vouch for Easton Flatboy as well. Best pedals I ever tried...

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    I'm still running a set of Cullys on my DJ. Hard to beat em!

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