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    Eggbeaters with pedal wrench flats?

    Does Crankbrothers or anyone (other than Ward Industries as they are out) make spindles that have the pedal wrench flats? Ti is preferrable but I will take anything right now.

    Ward's says he is out and won't make another batch unless I want 10 sets.

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    clips? some shimano, time. maybe others.

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    Got something against hex wrenches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    Got something against hex wrenches?

    +1 on this.

    I prefer using hex wrenches over a pedal wrench. I've had pedal wrenches slip on rounded flats. Not so much with pedals that use hex wrenches. Yes I know that an allen can round out the spindle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    Got something against hex wrenches?
    old school Topline cranks do not have a hole that goes all the way through for a hex wrench. I'm sure you thought of that right?

    I found the solution......Eggbeater SC pedals have wrench flats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbsteven
    old school Topline cranks do not have a hole that goes all the way through for a hex wrench. I'm sure you thought of that right?
    Yea sure, I didn't think of a very obscure crankset that isn't even in production anymore and that you failed to mention in your original post...my bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    Yea sure, I didn't think of a very obscure crankset that isn't even in production anymore and that you failed to mention in your original post...my bad

    I asked about a certain item and you decided I didn't know what I was talking about, that's the problem here.

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    The replacement Ti axles the ebay dude sells come in a version with spanner flats, there is a thread on here about them somewhere.

    I have the normal Allen(Hex) Key type ad they fit a treat and they will save you some weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by roybatty666
    The replacement Ti axles the ebay dude sells come in a version with spanner flats, there is a thread on here about them somewhere.

    I have the normal Allen(Hex) Key type ad they fit a treat and they will save you some weight

    Reread my first post. Ward is the "ebay dude"

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