E-Thirteen Plus Alloy Flat Pedals

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The E-Thirteen Plus alloy pedals offer amazing grip, killer looks and a slim, rock deflecting profile. Drawing on the pin layout from the original LG1 Plus and Race pedals, they feature 22 pins (11 each side) on the large 100x110mm alloy platform. Available in three great colours, they are fully rebuildable and should last you for years.

Who's this item for: For any flat pedal shredders out there looking for a great looking and durable pedal with bulk grip.

Dimensions and Weight: The thin platform is 100x110mm and they weigh only 410gm.

Bearings: They feature an inboard bushing with two outboard bearings for extremely smooth spinning pedals. If they do eventually stop spinning smoothly, you can easily rebuild them.

Pin Quantity: 22 5mm tall pins (11 each side).

Materials: Made from machined anodized aluminium with a heat-treated steel spindle.

Pros: They are durable, rebuildable, have buckets of grip and look great.

Cons: They are not the cheapest pedals available.

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