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    Are you looking to sell those Ti spindles?

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    My TI spindle ones.

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    Vegard,

    Those look like they might have been painted. Mine came with silver pins and yours are black.

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    the Ti version I have is 297g a pair.

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    Where can you purchase the Ti model? I cannot find them anywhere online...

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    Where can you buy the ti version of these pedals? Been looking but no results!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarBrahWyo View Post
    Where can you buy the ti version of these pedals? Been looking but no results!
    One option is to buy the regular MG-1 & the Ti axles. You can find both at torontocycles.com

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    Ahh man, that's Canadian though. They sell to the US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarBrahWyo View Post
    Ahh man, that's Canadian though. They sell to the US?
    Yep, shipping should be $5.00.

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    ooops

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    I ordered mine from Toronto Cycles and they arrived fairly fast. The came without any packaging or any literature from Wellgo. Just the spindles in the plastic wrap. Hope I wasn't duke into buying cromo spindles. I have no way to tell if they are ti or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarBrahWyo View Post
    I ordered mine from Toronto Cycles and they arrived fairly fast. The came without any packaging or any literature from Wellgo. Just the spindles in the plastic wrap. Hope I wasn't duke into buying cromo spindles. I have no way to tell if they are ti or not.
    Check with a magnet , won't stick to Ti. Check the weight to his claimed weight. Done many orders with Tom and he's very legit.

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    Well I got both my MG-1 Pedals in and the Ti axles. Do you just use an allen key to take the old ones out? Maybe put a little vasoline in there?

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    Toronto Cycles is legit. I originally ordered the magnesium version from Amazon a couple of years ago, then upgraded the spindles from TC a few months ago. Magnesium weight was 363, with the Ti spindles they are now 295 grams.

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    Yeah I got the axles from Toronto Cycles pretty darn fast actually and was happy with purchase. However, having the damndest time getting the cromo spindles out. Any tricks you guys use? Can't seem to find a thin enough socket to get in there!

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    Deep socket 1/4" drive worked for me (happened to have one in my toolset). Not sure but 3/8" drive might not fit.

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    I'm about to pick these up. Bidding on e-bay for the pedals at really low prices from hong kong and then getting the spindles from toronto cycles. My friends all use these but with the cromo spindles. Loosing the studs is definitely an issue but if they haven't taken all the threads with them you can pick up set screws to replace them with fairly easily.

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