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    looking for a clyde-proof platform pedal with good grip.

    its time to replace the oem stuff on my other bike ... and wanting to stick with a platform pedal ...

    only issue, is with this bike the pedals can strike the ground when turning a curve if i don't pay attention .. so need something that can take a scrape or two .. along with my weight (230) ...

    not that it matters, but they are going on a Kona Dew Plus


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    i call it a kaiser blade
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    dmr v12.

    or a kona jacksh!t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eat_dirt
    dmr v12.

    or a kona jacksh!t.
    Check .243 Racing...I have a set of their pedals and haven't ever had a problem...They were cheap too

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    Try Redline platforms. Light weight, wide, and strong. I bought a pair for $16 new.
    Larry

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    Wellgo makes some decent cheap flat pedals too.

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    Wellgo B-67 are the widest I've found yet, $39.98 from Pricepoint. I've been using them for four years, great pedals.

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    Nashbar's all purpose plats, believe it or not. They're tough, they grip like death with the right shoe sole, they're cheap, and they won't totally slice your shin open if you slip up. Cosmetically fungible on your bike. $12.99 on sale. What more do you want?

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