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    XTR PD-M980 Race Pedals for $117 - For real???

    Am I missing something here? Wiggle.com has these pedals for $117, and shows the list as only $165. Everybody else shows the list price more like $270. So what's the deal? I read good things about Wiggle.com, is this for real?

    Wiggle | Shimano XTR PD-M980 XC Race Pedals | Clip-In Pedals

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    Wiggle gets discussed over and over on here. They are legitimate, I have used them tons of times. They usually sell Shimano in Europe for significantly less than the USA and miles less than NZ

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    Yep CRC has XT pedals for $60-$70ish as another option.

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    Yes, wiggle, chain reaction are fantastic and used by many here in Australia. I bought my pedals from ribble. Cheaper again and legit.

    http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/sp/roa...dm290000000000

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    Pedals in the UK are so cheap. I order a set of the M530s every time I'm buying major stuff - they are half the price of buying locally.

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    $105 at merlincycles in the past day or so.

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    I haven't purchased from merlin yet, but been tempted to a couple times! All good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan123 View Post
    I haven't purchased from merlin yet, but been tempted to a couple times! All good?

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    I'm still waiting for the order to arrive... Been just about two weeks now (shipping to washington state, usa) which is among the slowest I've seen. If its not here in a week ill be back on here complaining about them.

    My brother just bought a road frame from them, shipped to Japan and was happy their service.

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    Here in Australia, prices are generally horrendous. Things usually take at least one week, sometimes two. If from China, expect a month! !

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