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 9/16” White Pair Of Bicycle Mountain Bike MTB BMX Cycling Bearing Alloy Flat Platform Pedals With Wrench

  

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 9/16” White Pair Of Bicycle Mountain Bike MTB BMX Cycling Bearing Alloy Flat Platform Pedals With Wrench

Product Details
  • MPN: BCBP-W
  • SKU: BCBP-W
  • Brand: ANRADL
  • Stock: 91pcs

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3.55 Exc VAT
4.26 Inc VAT
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Product Description

The 9/16" Pair of Bicycle Mountain Bike MTB BMX Cycling Bearing Alloy Flat Platform Pedals with Wrench is an excellent accessory for cycling enthusiasts. These pedals are designed for mountain bikes, BMX bikes, and other types of bicycles that require a reliable and sturdy pair of pedals.

The pedals are made of high-quality alloy material, making them durable and long-lasting. They feature a flat platform design, which provides a stable and secure surface for your feet. This design also ensures that your feet are less likely to slip off the pedals while riding.

The pedals also come with bearings, which help to reduce friction and ensure a smooth and efficient ride. The bearings are sealed to protect them from dirt and moisture, which can cause damage and affect their performance over time.

These pedals have a standard 9/16" thread size, which means that they will fit most types of bikes. They also come with a wrench, which makes it easy to install and remove the pedals.

Overall, the 9/16" Pair of Bicycle Mountain Bike MTB BMX Cycling Bearing Alloy Flat Platform Pedals with Wrench is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a reliable and durable pair of pedals for their bike. They are easy to install, provide a secure and stable surface for your feet, and are built to last.

Specifications:

Body: High-Grade Aluminum
Spindke Thread: 9/16 inch
Color: Blue, Black, Red, Yellow, and White.
Weight: 520g/Pair.
Size: 120mm*95mm


Tips:

1. When installing, please distinguish the left and right pedal.
2. Left pedal counter clockwise rotation, otherwise clockwise rotation of the right pedal.
3. First aim at the mounting holes of the crank, after you tighten it up with your hands, then use tools to tighten again.
If the left and the right pedal were installed wrong, or forced to install it with tools when you did not aim at the mounting holes, you can install it temporarily, but after a few days it is easy to loose or fall.