Race Face Aeffect Alloy Pedal

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Description

Thin, concave, bottom loading pins, grease ports and Cartridge bearings + DU bushings make this a pretty sweet pedal. 

These take on any duty from Trail bikes to fully on Downhill runs.

They tip the scales at a very respectable 375g too.

 


Colour:    Black, Red or Blue
Built For:    Trail/AM/FR/DH
Bearings:   Cartridge bearings and DU bushings
Platform Size:  101x100mm
Axle Material:  Chromoly steel
Body Material: 6061-T6 ALUMINUM
Weight:    375g
Height:    15-16.9mm
# of Pins:    20 SHCS hex traction pins per pedal (10 per side)

 

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Great pedals

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Good quality pedals that have a positive feel and my shoes stick like glue! Just dont hit your shins with them. They bite hard!

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Great pedals

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Good quality pedals that have a positive feel and my shoes stick like glue! Just dont hit your shins with them. They bite hard!

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Race Face Aeffect Alloy PedalRCFCFFCTPDL
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Blue895428014704
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