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    Pedals 9/16" or 1/2"

    Hi,
    i'm buying some pedals and is there a way to get a good measurement, I measured it, I believe it is a 1/2 inch, but the margin of error can make it 9/16 or 1/2
    which one is more common?
    anyways here is the ride im putting it on. "2002 Jamis Dakar Comp" bike with "2002 Shimano Deore LX, 22/32/44 teeth" crank set.

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    9/16
    Round and round we go

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    9/16" for sure


    1/2" is common on small kids bikes.

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    1/2 for 1 piece, cheaper cranks, 9/16 for 3 piece. For all types of bikes, far as I know.
    Round and round we go

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    Ah ok, thanks for the replys
    fast too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    1/2 for 1 piece, cheaper cranks, 9/16 for 3 piece. For all types of bikes, far as I know.
    damn, I thought they were all the same. Good to know and knowing is half the battle, "Go Joe!"
    Amolan

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