HT AE12 Alloy Flat Pedals

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Description

Featuring the same excellent concavity and design of HTs renowned AE series flat pedals, the AE12 is skinnier and shorter, for riders out there with smaller feet.

Who's this for:  Riders with shoe size 7 or smaller, or kids.

Dimensions and weight:  345g.  88x96x17mm.

Bearings:  HT's EVO+ bearing system with German IGUS bushings.

Pins: 10 replaceable grip pins per side.

Materials:  Extruded and CNC machined aluminium.  CNC machined cr-moly steel axle.

Pros:  Light and small, great for small feet.

Cons:  Being small, not a good option if your shoes are size 8 or more.

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8mm Allen key? Why?

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The industry standard for installing pedals is to use a 6mm Allen key. Why would you supply pedals that require an 8mm Allen key? What other component on any bike requires an 8mm? None. But now I’ve got to go out and get an 8mm and I’ll now have to carry around an extra tool in my kit. Nice pedals besides that.

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8mm Allen key? Why?

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The industry standard for installing pedals is to use a 6mm Allen key. Why would you supply pedals that require an 8mm Allen key? What other component on any bike requires an 8mm? None. But now I’ve got to go out and get an 8mm and I’ll now have to carry around an extra tool in my kit. Nice pedals besides that.

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