question about jcpc pedals

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12/13/2013 11:21 PM

Is it possible to make one side flat with no pins and keep the pins on the other side ? I know this is probably been discussed a thousand times but i im on my phone and its too slow to search the forums

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12/13/2013 11:32 PM

Yes, I know loads of people who have done it.

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12/13/2013 11:42 PM

If you completely remove the pins on one side of the pedal it will wobble but sounds like your just gonna flip the pins you should be good

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12/14/2013 12:15 AM

oscar5788 wrote:

If you completely remove the pins on one side of the pedal it will wobble but sounds like your just gonna flip the pins you ...more

I want them to be bald on one side and have the pins on the other

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12/14/2013 12:17 AM

BMX_Forever wrote:

Yes, I know loads of people who have done it.

Do you know how ? Do they make pins that are short enough to still tighten the pedal but not sick out

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12/14/2013 12:18 AM

oscar5788 wrote:

If you completely remove the pins on one side of the pedal it will wobble but sounds like your just gonna flip the pins you ...more

Removing the pins from the other side of the pedal was what i was planning.

Does it really make it wobble? sad

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12/14/2013 12:19 AM

justin vogelsberger wrote:

I want them to be bald on one side and have the pins on the other

just take out the pins that face out on one side, and flip them so they stick out on the other side. it'll have twice as many pins on that side then and the other side will be bald, it should work

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12/14/2013 12:44 AM

oscar5788 wrote:

If you completely remove the pins on one side of the pedal it will wobble but sounds like your just gonna flip the pins you ...more

justin vogelsberger wrote:

I want them to be bald on one side and have the pins on the other

sundaybmxRR wrote:

just take out the pins that face out on one side, and flip them so they stick out on the other side. it'll have twice as many ...more

I'm pretty sure this is how people I know have done it, if I can I'll check today.

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12/14/2013 12:58 AM

I have the pins removed on one side on both pedals. You just need to tighten up the pins on the remaining side

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12/14/2013 1:25 AM

Yes. I'm doing that currently.

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12/14/2013 5:56 AM

Yes. Remove the pins from one side of the pedal, then go to any hardware store and grab some shorter bolts of the same size and thread, that way they dont or barely stick out, and put them in backwards. Hope this helped. Goodluck.

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12/14/2013 10:21 AM

Just take them out and forget about them, you only need six per pedal really.

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12/14/2013 10:23 AM

HardBMX_Tim wrote:

Yes. Remove the pins from one side of the pedal, then go to any hardware store and grab some shorter bolts of the same size ...more

you DONT need to do this

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12/14/2013 12:14 PM

I'm running them with Pins one side only! & the whole wobble thing! They wobble out of the sodding box!! From What I gathered, because they are Bearingless, IF you were to clamp them up so tight to eliminate the wobbly they wouldn't move on the spindle! They are Great Pedals & the wobble is SUPER Minimal! When You are riding them (At Least For Me!) You really don't notice it!

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12/14/2013 2:35 PM

justin vogelsberger wrote:

I want them to be bald on one side and have the pins on the other

This is how i have my right pedal setup, I have very little wobble compared to completely removing the pins Photo

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12/14/2013 4:21 PM

oscar5788 wrote:

If you completely remove the pins on one side of the pedal it will wobble but sounds like your just gonna flip the pins you ...more

justin vogelsberger wrote:

I want them to be bald on one side and have the pins on the other

oscar5788 wrote:

This is how i have my right pedal setup, I have very little wobble compared to completely removing the pins Photo

what is holding the pedals together?

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12/14/2013 5:37 PM

feeble_to_face wrote:

what is holding the pedals together?

You can clearly see the head of the bolts

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12/14/2013 6:05 PM

most people (most of my friends included) who do a lot of pedal and luc-e grinds just double the pins on one side
it feels so nice and locked on, and jcpc's are an amazing pedal
the replacement body is 7 bucks, so you dont need to replace as often

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12/14/2013 7:33 PM

oscar5788 wrote:

This is how i have my right pedal setup, I have very little wobble compared to completely removing the pins Photo

feeble_to_face wrote:

what is holding the pedals together?

Gump wrote:

You can clearly see the head of the bolts

i can't sorry

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12/14/2013 8:02 PM

Yeah, grease and WD-40 will leak though.

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12/15/2013 2:02 PM

Ill probably try doubling up the pins on one side , when i do pedal grinds though will the heads of the screws get fucked up ? Like how will i undo them if i replace the bodies

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