What peg size?

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3/2/2017 2:43 AM

Hey, i've been looking at some pegs, and im not sure what size i need.
This is the bike i have http://www.99bikes.com.au/bike16-gt-air-yellow
Thanks

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3/2/2017 2:48 AM

tom002 wrote:

Hey, i've been looking at some pegs, and im not sure what size i need.
This is the bike i have ...more

Any steel peg with a 14mm-3/8" adapter.

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3/2/2017 5:39 AM

i would agree on steel pegs. BUT
Go with some plastic pegs. Little bit lighter and cheaper. Your bike is in the 28 lbs range.
This will also help from making other threads on. How to make my bike lighter ect
Steel pegs will out last your hi-ten frame & forks?

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3/2/2017 6:22 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/2/2017 6:22 AM

Brian_Griffin wrote:

i would agree on steel pegs. BUT
Go with some plastic pegs. Little bit lighter and cheaper. Your bike is in the 28 lbs range.
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You'll end up spending more in the long run just buying plastics, if you really want plastics just get a steel one you can get a sleeve for. That said, how long any peg will last just depends on your type of riding.

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