Shimano PD-M647 Pedals

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    “Shimano DX”

    The Good:

    Large platform provides plenty support, chunky and strong enough to survive big hits and a lot of abuse, easy-to-use tensioning system, simple

    The Bad:

    HEAVY, so heavy, Im considering changing.

    Overall Review:

    A great pedal for Downhill, but too heavy for trail. Really tough and simple to use. They take some abuse!

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    Vital MTB member JamesSavage
    24840 JamesSavage,24840/all 05/31/13,24840/setup 2 11


    The Good:

    The best clipless pedal out there on the market, easy to use, tension tightener for different level of tension on clipping out and in to the pedal.

    The Bad:

    Have had problems with pedal coming loos and wobbly on the axle of the pedal but that was after one whole year of racing DH behind them.

    Overall Review:

    Great pedal what i think is the best all rounded use clipless pedal for all types of riding and riders, and will with last every thing you throw at it.

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    Vital MTB member D.HILL
    4420 D.HILL,4420/all 09/09/10 13,4420/setup 1 21 4


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    Miscellaneous The PD-M647 pedal is great for slalom, downhill, BMX, and other applications where you want a clipless mechanism but still want the stability of having a platform pedal. The dual sided pop-up binding positions the pedal body at a 12.5 degree angle for easy and fast entry. The high-impact resin cages provide grip and won't grab mud. The spindle is chromoly for strength with a reinforced steel collar. SPD Cleats are included.
    Price $59.99