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    Quote Originally Posted by bad andy View Post
    I'm not even sure I can tell which is the 'damaged' pin. Thanks to steel pins. Alu pins would likely have received more mangling.
    The top, basically middle one had a bit of damage on the end of the thread. I was able to get it off and back on, but it would have been best to cut off and use a new pin probably. I think the pedal body thread in that spot is messed up now a bit.
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    Anyone have any time on SMAC pedals? All the guys at the local shop love them. Website sucks and has now dimensions posted :/

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    Did you consider the Shimano Saint pedals?
    Maybe not very exotic but very effective, with a proven axle construction and pins that are easy to replace. What else would you need?

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    With all of this talk about pedals, I'd say go and spend the 70$ for a set of Answer Rove's, put them on and forget about it.

    If the pins wear down or break, go to McMaster-Carr like I did, and buy a box of screws for 9$ and throw them in. Problem solved.

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