Straitline SC Platform Pedal

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    Featured Review

    “pretty good”

    The Good:

    -they are VERY durable if you keep them greased (even after 2 seasons not a bit of play -(re) build takes less then 3 minutes and is easy (no need for specific tools, a small flat screwdriver and grease is all you need) -grip is very good -pins don't break easily

    The Bad:

    -they need a lot of maintenance (I would say 2 times per month, especially after muddy rides)

    Overall Review:

    These Pedals need a lot of maintenance (cleaning and re-greasing the bush bearings on the axle), but if you do that 1-2 times a month, the Straitline Flat will last 5 years minimum.

    “Straitline SC Platform Pedal”

    The Good:

    Very Durable, Good Grip, Easy Maintenance

    The Bad:

    A Bit Heavy Compared To Others

    Overall Review:

    I have had these pedals for several years and they have held up great even without any rebuilds. The bushings may not spin as freely as pedals with bearings, but under foot I do not notice that at all. They have held up to countless rock strikes and the spindles are both still very true. As one noted, if you use them frequently in wet weather, you will need to take them apart every once in a while to clean and use a slight amount of grease. It only takes a few minutes for each pedal to do so and all you need is a small flat blade screw driver to get the clips off.

    I have found they have good grip in all kinds of conditions and Read More »

    Overall Review:

    I have had these pedals for several years and they have held up great even without any rebuilds. The bushings may not spin as freely as pedals with bearings, but under foot I do not notice that at all. They have held up to countless rock strikes and the spindles are both still very true. As one noted, if you use them frequently in wet weather, you will need to take them apart every once in a while to clean and use a slight amount of grease. It only takes a few minutes for each pedal to do so and all you need is a small flat blade screw driver to get the clips off.

    I have found they have good grip in all kinds of conditions and they have a nice large platform. The pins also hold up very well and Straitline includes some spares if you need them.

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    Vital MTB member Carraig042
    22500 Carraig042 http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/22500/avatar/c50_773635_10156552563760408_2185852657605378918_o_1463235725.jpg?1463235293 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Carraig042,22500/all 03/04/13 1 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Carraig042,22500/setup 6 24 24

    “Benchmark for durability”

    The Good:

    Durable, super easy to service, bombproof

    The Bad:

    Price, not super thin, weight

    Overall Review:

    Some say they drag because they run on bushings rather then bearings, this is almost not noticeable. I have run them dh and enduro for three years and never been bothered with this. Maybe serviced them once a year or even less, no play and very little friction. Also I do not grease them as other reviewers have mentioned as the bushings are self lubricant. They are basically fit and forget.

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    Vital MTB member bengt.leon
    10537 bengt.leon http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/10537/avatar/c50_image_1452644370.jpg?1452643632 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/bengt-leon,10537/all 09/03/11 3 1 1

    “Ima parrot”

    The Good:

    Exactly as 'Kampfkoloss' said.

    The Bad:

    Exactly as 'Kampfkoloss' said. Even with a good greasing, they can feel a bit grindy/draggy when pedalling. Weight. Clearance.

    Overall Review:

    I am being lazy here, but I can only echo what was already said.They are good, but not amazing.With the rotating drag, these are not great for efficient pedalling, but are amazing with their grip for the downs.I guess that's why Straitline release the AMP to fill that void.

    Overall Review:

    I am being lazy here, but I can only echo what was already said. They are good, but not amazing. With the rotating drag, these are not great for efficient pedalling, but are amazing with their grip for the downs. I guess that's why Straitline release the AMP to fill that void.

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    Vital MTB member Yippee_Ki_YayMF
    11165 Yippee_Ki_YayMF http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/11165/avatar/c50_9diehard_1.jpg?1318801964 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Yippee-Ki-YayMF,11165/all 10/16/11 1 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/Yippee-Ki-YayMF,11165/setup 4 50 1 1

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    Miscellaneous Straitline SC Platform Pedal 2012. Pedals Flat. We set out to design a superior pedal, and we delivered! Our pedals are produced from a custom extruded aluminum alloy, to provide a very high strength-to-weight ratio. We machine them to exacting standards to improve both the feel and the life .... .
    Price $162.94
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