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    can i put some spacer between crank and pedal? pedal is CB Mallet Original: Crank Brothers Mallet 1 Pedals Review - BikeRadar i also ride Saint and love stability because of width foot position. how much spacer (millimeters) can i max use? thanks...

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    i started with wellgo b124, and then gave the shimanos xtr pd-985 clipless a try and hated them. yes, great for climbing and i just didnt like them. then went to vp69 and they werent gripping enough. i went back to wellgo b124s. i love them, though they weight 376g. i am seriously considering the canfield brothers, crampon magnesium pedals at 282g
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    Primo Tenderizer Bmx Pedals- wide platform, large pins, and bombproof enough to support this Clyde
    Puma Liga- Flat grippy sole and fairly inexpensive

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    Our family stable is outfitted with Crank Bros. across the board - multiple Eggies, Candies, Acids and Mallets. We rode Shimano for years but I got fed up with constant maintenance and lousy mud performance. CB's only need occasional rebuilds and otherwise fire and forget.

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    Re: Pedals

    DMR V8s and Etnies Freights. Just because I can get away with it. I use the bike for commuting a fair amount so don't want to go down the route of SPDs.

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    Wellgo MG-1s. I like em.

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    Resurrecting for more recent data.
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    Since my post, I tried the Wellgo MG-1 and they were ok but thick as hell.
    Since then switched to VP 001's and like them a lit better. Better traction, lighter weight (not that I really care much about that) and about 50% thinner. Liked them enough that I when I got my single speed, I bought a set for it too.

    Didn't switch to skate style shoes though. I actually do fine with hiking shoes.
    Just stick it in granny and start grinding.

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    I just had a set of MG1s come apart on me. The pedal slipped right off the spindle. I'm trying the Saints as a replacement. The mg-1 pedals only had a couple hundred miles on them and only a few pedal strikes. :S

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    Re: Pedals

    A pair of Animal BMX pedals and annpd pair of Vans skate shoes. Why? Because the pedals came on the rig I just bought and the shoes were in a box saved from before we moved. I also have a couple pair of midline Shimano clipless kicks and a pair of Mallet Cs, but I haven't got around to putting them on yet.

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    Wellgo MG-1s and one of the 20 pairs of Vans I own.

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    Wellgo MG-1s and one of the 20 pairs of Vans I own.
    I ride in my vans when I forget my 510s. With the Crampons they grip just fine, but they flex like crazy and it hurts like hell when I whack my toe.
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    been using the Straitline Defactos for a couple years now.
    I like em. Super grippy and massive. Im sure they're a little on the heavy side, oh well.

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    Some yellow/gold platforms and some old runners ^^

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