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    Kona Wah Wah pedals or Axiom Road Gap pedals?

    I'm getting some new pedals tomorow and the only good pedals at the shop are kona wah wah and axiom road gaps. Which ones do you think I should get?

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    You waited a whole 51 minutes before you bumped your own thread?
    C'mon people, he needs answers.........

    Give it a littttle more time.......

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    Sorry bout that, I am a little impactient. My bikes getting tuned up and i gotta pick it up tomorow so id like to get pedals then im going for some downhill with my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norco_Jumper1
    Sorry bout that, I am a little impactient. My bikes getting tuned up and i gotta pick it up tomorow so id like to get pedals then im going for some downhill with my friend

    I'm the opposite. Bikes ready. I never seem to make the time............No straitline option??

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony

    I'm the opposite. Bikes ready. I never seem to make the time............No straitline option??
    Ya well I just got it so i took it in for a tune up. Well i'm not going to like the bike mountain, my friends dad just driving us up a mountain then we'll bike back down to his house.

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    I like my Wah-Wahs, they feel great. Only had them a little over a year so no thoughts on durability really yet. I did clip one on a tree pretty hard riding downhill at 26 West and they survived.
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