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    which platform pedals?

    I have an 09 c-dale F4........looking for a new set of platform pedals to replace the beat up sun ringles I have on now........any suggestions?....thx

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    I like my Azonic 420s and they come in lots of colors

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    Whats your price range?
    I like the straitlines...But I like a platform where the 'pin' is like azonics or straitline...It has a hex base that screws down against the pedal.
    The ones that use set screws seem to pull out easily, and when they do they take threads with them and make re-using that hole near impossible.
    I have one set of SL's that I have a fair amount of use, and no pulled pins.
    I lost 6 on a new set since I didnt torque them well. Those unscrewed.
    CDT

    The Azonics seem to use a combination of pins. Thread down hex style , and thread thru bolt style. The bolt syle may work fine since the pin portion is turned down below the threads. But keep in mind a severly bent pin may not unscrew properly

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    I installed Azonic Pooky pedals on my 2009 F3 and they are super grippy and I'm super happy with the performance, and they were relatively inexpensive.

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    pedals

    I might try the sunline V1.........good reviews

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    i rode dmr v8's before switching to clipless....i loved those pedals. I rode mostly xc and I would upgrade to the v12 if you ride agressive.

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    Shimano DX

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