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Old 2002-12-17, 04:09 PM   #1
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Broken Pedals

Man.... new Twisted Pro pedals SNAPPED already.... the front housing for the pins cracked right off right after my first attempt of a pedal grab on them..... Any recommended brands that won't break like that? I know the shinburgers are great and I fully intend to buy a pair someday but I need something cheaper that can take HIGH stress. I also don't want a pair of Snafu. Tried them and didn't like em. The pins kept falling out.
I'll post a picture of my broken stuff soon.
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Old 2002-12-17, 04:17 PM   #2
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i think that was a fluke...I've been doing pedal grabs with mine all over the place

I think the OTP is a decent pedal
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Old 2002-12-17, 04:18 PM   #3
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Primo's are kinda heavy but they wont break on ya. they may loose pins though.
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