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12/31/2013 5:43 PM

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12/31/2013 5:58 PM

It's because the axle is full titanium and the body is aluminium. Pretty expensive though. Probaly has really high end bearings/bushings too.

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12/31/2013 6:05 PM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

It's because the axle is full titanium and the body is aluminium. Pretty expensive though. Probaly has really high end bearings/bushings too.

i know but god damn you can buy an entire bike with that.

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1/1/2014 3:31 AM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

It's because the axle is full titanium and the body is aluminium. Pretty expensive though. Probaly has really high end bearings/bushings too.

Almost all Metal Pedals are Aluminium, and Ti Pedal Axles typically cost around $100.

I really don't think they're worth that much, $250 at the very most.

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1/1/2014 3:36 AM

But does it blend?

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1/1/2014 4:28 PM

BMX_Forever wrote:

Almost all Metal Pedals are Aluminium, and Ti Pedal Axles typically cost around $100.

I really don't think they're worth that much, $250 at the very most.

That's exactly why the cost so much , it's just a standard aluminum body with a ti axle that adds about 100$ plus fully sealed bearings would be about 50-70 dollars. So 300$ is pretty close , with a profit.

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1/1/2014 6:10 PM

Damn..

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1/1/2014 9:09 PM

I have HT Pedals on my dj they were 160

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1/1/2014 9:14 PM

BMX_Forever wrote:

Almost all Metal Pedals are Aluminium, and Ti Pedal Axles typically cost around $100.

I really don't think they're worth that much, $250 at the very most.

I looked the pedals up and they cost about $200 some with just the chromoly spindle.
http://www.amazon.com/Straitline-Pedals-Cro-Mo-Axle-Silver/dp/B006FVV7WS

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1/1/2014 9:47 PM

What do you think goes on those road/MTB/trials/everything else hyrbrid bikes that go for 10k+?

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1/1/2014 9:58 PM

isnowyaznV2 wrote:

What do you think goes on those road/MTB/trials/everything else hyrbrid bikes that go for 10k+?

its ridiculous dude
my brother races pro downhill and the bikes technology and cost is just insane

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1/2/2014 3:43 AM

And the MSRP is only $288. That's why it pays to shop around. Did you notice that asshole wants $20 shipping too?

http://www.bikesonline.com/straitline-amp-pedal-ti-9-16-black.htm?gclid=CLemqqu037sCFa9lOgod2kcAkw

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1/2/2014 10:06 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/2/2014 10:13 AM

isnowyaznV2 wrote:

What do you think goes on those road/MTB/trials/everything else hyrbrid bikes that go for 10k+?

150-200 Bucks on average, maybe a touch more.

BUT those are clipless shoes. The pedals connect to shoes. Totally different than a Platform.

BUT These weigh like half a pound. That is very light for platforms.

I searched the brand of them and found 188 for an average price on google shopping.

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1/2/2014 10:14 AM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

It's because the axle is full titanium and the body is aluminium. Pretty expensive though. Probaly has really high end bearings/bushings too.

BMX_Forever wrote:

Almost all Metal Pedals are Aluminium, and Ti Pedal Axles typically cost around $100.

I really don't think they're worth that much, $250 at the very most.

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

That's exactly why the cost so much , it's just a standard aluminum body with a ti axle that adds about 100$ plus fully sealed bearings would be about 50-70 dollars. So 300$ is pretty close , with a profit.

You can buy decent Metal Pedals with Sealed Bearings for $60-70 though.

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