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DMR V12 Pedal

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $62.99


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Product Description

  • Allen key type replacement pins
  • Fully chromed axle - including bearing surfaces
  • External 'splash guard' seal with internal 'o'ring
  • Internal double lip seal


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by bobski a Downhiller from nz

    Date Reviewed: December 8, 2008

    Strengths:    great grip, great size [not going to hit every root you pass], incredible mechanical durability and fundamental workmanship.

    Weaknesses:    paint comes off quite easy

    Bottom Line:   
    the
    best
    pedal
    ever
    made.

    Expand full review >>

    Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

    Similar Products Used:   platforms for days

    Bike Setup:   IH sunday

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    DMR V12 bushing size

    Hello. My left dmr v12 mag developed some play and I thought I'd rebuild it. I went to my local hardware store and picked up new cartridge bearings that go on the outside side. However the play did not go away. So I'm guessing its the other side's plain bushing that's gone. What I'm talking ab ... Read More »

    DMR V12 Pedals work great on my 29er

    They stick like crazy! However.........in the event that you do slip (like i did today)....its gonna hurt! I was gettin a little over excited and was standing and pedaling then got to doin a little pedal bob and it happend...my foot lifted just enough to lose grip and "POKE"!!! Left ankle got nailed ... Read More »

    Pedals V12 alternatives

    Hi, love my V12s awesome grip on 5.10s - but fnacy something with a lower profile for rock dodging... A few suggestions please, only those lighter than V12s though (536g) no Magnesium nonsense...Read More »

    Platform pedals: FMF Powermoto or DMR V12 ?

    Both can be had for roughly $50-60. [url]http://www.pricepoint.com/detail.htm?stylePkey=18081&style_id=240[/url] DMRV28 [url]http://www.bikepartsplace.com/discount/pedal-set-pro-pedal/[/url]Read More »

    dmr v12's XC problem with shoes!!!

    hi, i bought a pitch pro, but immediatly changed the pedals for DMR V12's cos they r the best apparently and i am very happy with them, and 2 go with flat pedals, i where a pair of old etnies trainers cos the sole is very solid and flat so best results for grip.. flat on flat...common sense, only i ... Read More »

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