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    Twenty6 Rallye Pedals..sickest ever

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    I got the Cromoly axle on these, my next pair will have the Ti axle for sure.

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    They really do look sick!

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    yea but $175.00 ????????

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    Hot as those pedals are, its really hard to justify that kind of money when you get the performance and price from Kona WahWahs, Shimano flats or Wellgo Mags...
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    can you put a price on bling come on.
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    Guess it depends on what your priorities are.
    Stuff.

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    They look the nuts.... are they available in UK? A nice alternative to the offerings from Burgtec!

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    Burgtec pedals are sick as hell but freaking heavy... twenty6 pedals are just like insane
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    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com
    Hot as those pedals are, its really hard to justify that kind of money when you get the performance and price from Kona WahWahs, Shimano flats or Wellgo Mags...
    well, depends what kind of performance you're looking for. Ti axle version is lighter than all 3 of those models you referred. a lot more pin location options than them as well.

    and it's not like your buying from a big company. high price is expected when you buy from boutique brands like twenty6.

    one thing that i dont like about them though is the kind of pins. if you bend a pin, how hard is it to get out. prefer set screw style pins where you can just screw straight through.

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    yeah, i honestly have a hard time justifying the $100 between those and the new deity's. I've felt both, and i feel the grip is about the same along with the performance.

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    I am liking the Ti spindle ones
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    Don't get me wrong, I drool over those pedals... but when the budget's tight, they are hard to justify. Take MG-1s for example, $30-35 on ebay, $60-80 in the shops, or about $110-120 for the ti spindle version on ebay. ~370g for the normal MG-1 and ~300g for the ti spindle option. Lighter and far cheaper, but lacking the ridiculously nice finish of the Twenty6 pedals and with no wonderful orange anodizing. Then again, they are fairly durable in my experience, and the seals and all work quite well even if the pedal body isn't quite as refined.
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    Everything I've seen from 26 has been incredibly well built. Having said that, I just can't justify that price for a part that I'm gonna smash into rocks. I'd feel bad just putting my dirty shoes on them
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    I am liking the Ti spindle ones
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    Not sure how I feel about a 200 dollar pair of pedals using bushings.

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    Well.................

    It was a little hard to swallow the ca$h amount but I got over it reall quick like, real quick!
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    I have the other Twenty6 pedals, and they frickin' ROCK.
    Meh.

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    Those look great on the Delirium T



    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator13
    It was a little hard to swallow the ca$h amount but I got over it reall quick like, real quick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim311
    Not sure how I feel about a 200 dollar pair of pedals using bushings.
    thats alotta beer.
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    They do look nice
    but ill take blue straitlines anyday
    And i doubt very much the titanium axles are worth almost $100 US

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    I purchase these pedals last year and i paid over 200.00 for the set and only because i have a unlimited of funds coming from selling shrimp out of my van on PCH that said, these pedal are to small, great if you have small feet. I kept slipping off them.
    Best pedal i have owned so far are Dangerboy, very wide and strong.
    I ended up selling selling my twenty6 for $50.00 here on MTBR.

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    Do you have a pic of those Twenty6 pedals that you owned louman? My guess is that you had last years version which were much smaller. These have a platform as big as my Easton Flatboys, there's no slipping off these babies. BTW I have a size 12, EEE width foot, I like a wide pedal as well.

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    Probably the sickest looking pedals I've seen. But there's no way I'm spending 200+ on pedals. There's no way I'd spend over a hundred. We have rocks here. The ti's are not THAT much lighter than regular Wellgo MG-1s. and MG-1s are like 60 dollars. come on.

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    mm, they look fragile..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore11
    How is that a review? Anybody could have written the same thing without ever touching the pedals. Go smash the **** out of them, then write about them.
    Stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com
    How is that a review? Anybody could have written the same thing without ever touching the pedals. Go smash the **** out of them, then write about them.
    Seems like a lot of people these days are passing off "reviews" with out actually using the product. To me posting info the I can get off of the manufactures website or from a product brochure doesn't qualify as a review.

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    I meant to write preview, not review... There's a review of the 6Foe on the site if you're looking for a thash and bash article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salami
    Seems like a lot of people these days are passing off "reviews" with out actually using the product. To me posting info the I can get off of the manufactures website or from a product brochure doesn't qualify as a review.
    Precisely why I am doing my reviews in a blog style continually updated format.

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    Tylers pedals are sweet, the best part about the ti spindles is the ti-nitrate coating on the Rallye's its self lubricates the bushings so no grease and no maintenance.
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    Werent there some wood grain ones? I thought I saw somthing about them in Decline Magazine.
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    Ti nitride isn't self lubricating, it's pretty low friction as it can be set up incredibly smooth because it's a sputter depositied coating, you use it for its huge wear resistance and because it stops the titanium galling, fretting and cold welding.

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    The wood grain model is a chromo spindle with coating similiar to silk screening that is then clear coated.

    Crimson

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    Don't know... Think I'd rather spend the cash on these - http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=34281 if the weight listed on the site is accurate.

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    Definitely. I will probably end up splurging on the Nuke-Proofs. They aren't as fugly as the Twenty6's either.

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    The weight on the nuke proofs is bull5hit, they are identical to the Superstar Nanotechs with the ti axle upgrade, which i own, and come in at just under 390gms.

    They are made by HT-components, http://www.ht-components.com/ search for the Nano ht-ano1ts.

    CRC are 'liberal' with their quoted weights...

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    Interesting.

    Where did you get the Ti spindle upgrade? I couldn't find it on Superstar's site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq225917
    The weight on the nuke proofs is bull5hit, they are identical to the Superstar Nanotechs with the ti axle upgrade, which i own, and come in at just under 390gms.

    They are made by HT-components, http://www.ht-components.com/ search for the Nano ht-ano1ts.

    CRC are 'liberal' with their quoted weights...
    The ones on ht are alum, the nukes are mag. Anyway, a mag body like that isn't going to last long. The increase in weight for alum is well worth it unless you have tons o' cash or never hit your pedals on rocks.

    Kona Wah Wahs are $75.
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    Ojai, i Got the last set. Funny thing is now i have them on the bike I'm not digging their lack of pins over the axle, so they might be up for sale before they ever hit the trail.

    Davec, Ah i didn't spot that. Even more reason not to buy them, the pins would be all out by the end of the first session.

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    Please message me if you sell them. I'll probably buy them.

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    Let's see, well designed, light weight, good grip, cool colors, and made in America by a rider owned company? Yes please.

    Support manufacturing in the states...it's rare. And important for the future.

    Besides, it's only money. Give it to the right people.

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