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    mosh bikes pedals?

    I got these sweet flats yesterday,
    Mosh Step Up CNC Pro Pdeals, I cant find them anywhere on the net but they work amazingly better than the piece of **** stock specialized pedals. The difference is amazing.

    -Concave platform
    -Replaceable pins, 12 per side
    -Heat treated cromo axle
    -Sealed bearings

    theyre the bomb diggity.

    Only thing I noticed is its kinda hard to adjust your foot placing, you gotta get it right on the first time

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    pics...

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    this thread is worthless without [SIZE="7"]PHOTOS![/SIZE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by madtownfreerider
    this thread is worthless without [SIZE="7"]PHOTOS![/SIZE]
    i think emphasizing worthless would have been more effective

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    here are the pics.. sorry I coudlnt resist getting them dirty
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    I don't think Mosh is really around in the US anymore. I remember their BMX bikes. Giant owned and made them. The different names had something to do with marketing.

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    maybe thats it then.. im in canada *shrug*

    They seem like really good pedals.. although I have nothing really to compare them too. We'll see how long the bearings last, but anything has to be better than the stock pedals I had.

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    i used to have mosh pedals on my norco and they were great aswell... although the pins fell out once or twice....

    where in canada are u from dude? i live in toronto mosh pedals are pretty easy to get here
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    how long are the pins? they look realy short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toyota kawasaki
    maybe thats it then.. im in canada *shrug*

    They seem like really good pedals.. although I have nothing really to compare them too. We'll see how long the bearings last, but anything has to be better than the stock pedals I had.
    Mosh now a brand- no bikes. It's killer stuff. There is team in the 20" world with some of the best riders around.

    www.sofreestyle.com

    I run the cranks, bb, sprocket, socks, backpack, and headphones.

    Those pedals were Canada only and were never really supposed to be released...

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    gnarly....... pins look short man
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    I found 2 sets of Mosh Step pedals in my parts box. Interesting.

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    I guess the pins are kinda short, I can screw them out a bit. But at the moment, their grip is way better than anything else ive had and im satisfied.

    I'm in toronto.

    Me and my friends just found a new jump spot today.. its secluided and there are some run down jumps already there.. we have big plans for the place

    And the path tog et there is pretty fun, its like off camber and really rooty and if you fall youre gonna fall bout 10 feet down into a creek

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    and.. why werent they supposed to be released? team issue or something?

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