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    Sunline V ONE Platforms!

    Yah, I know there are a million platform threads, I'm not asking what is better here, so don't post about other pedals!

    I want real world feedback if there any owners here of THESE pedals.

    I held them in my hand, I fondled them, and they felt good, they made me feel good

    Serioulsy, these things felt like pure quality, it seems like a super smart concept with the pyramid grips built in under the pins, so if the pins fall out or break you stll have some sort of grip compared to the rest.

    Who is with me here, or who has had these, has these and thinks otherwise???!

    I feel like pulling the trigger on a set just want to feel a little warm and fuzzy about the purchase.

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    I have had mine for well over 2 years now.

    I've only lost 2 pins during that entire period.

    The platform feels very stable under your foot, I like it.

    It cakes up pretty bad when you ride in the mud though. Cakes up around the pyramids specifically.

    Other than that, they are good. Easy to service, bearings still going strong.
    Last edited by Iggz; 01-19-2009 at 07:45 PM.
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    pictures!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamL3227
    pictures!?!?!?!?!?!?!
    they're on the sunline website.

    i think they're kinda pricey compared to other pedals. heavier too.

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    but i didnt want to google the sunline website and browse until i found it.

    i wanted it on this page cuz im lazy.
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    I know. I hate it when people don't post pixs with their threads.
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    They aren't brown... they're grey.


    Ground Steeze. @iggy_strbac

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    maybe i'm just really used to different pedals, but i ran them for a month then sold them because they seemed a little smaller(i wear a sz 12). didn't like the stock pins, so i swapped them for shorter ones but that's just preference. besides just not being incredibly comfortable for me, they worked great. were really smooth, stiff...i know you don't want advice...but i'd go with deity's personally...wow they just are amazing. they're cheaper just because i'd assume because of the lack of the needle bearing....but seriously i think they feel better and you won't break them

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    I have these pedals, had them since the start of last season now and they still run as smooth as the day I pulled them out of the box.

    Haven't got any complaints with them, I wear 5.10s and they stick like glue...love it!

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    Nobody finds them a tad heavy at 580 grams a pair??

    The black ones somebody posted a pic of dont look the right ones, maybe some older version, the greyish ones are correct, they look good!

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    They are pretty tankish... definitely not going to deny that.

    But, they last, grip well, and are reasonably priced if you know what you're doing ;]
    Ground Steeze. @iggy_strbac

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    they are 580 g for the money defiantly just get something a little better

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    It's either these or the Specialized Lo Pro Mags..they come out in White in a couple weeks.

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    I'd recommend these over the Lo Pro Mags. The bearings last longer... at least in my experiences.
    Ground Steeze. @iggy_strbac

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    Quote Originally Posted by genrec
    It's either these or the Specialized Lo Pro Mags.
    I thought you said not to mention other brands?

    Since you opened it up, Easton Flatboy's kick ass.

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    Anymore input here? or I'll let this thread dieeeeee.

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