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DMR Vault Pedal

4.33/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $141.49


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Product Description

At 115mm wide, 17mm thick, and 400g this pedal is a win. There are 11 pins per side, and you have the choice to run them long or short. The High load DU Bushing and Cartridge bearings make for a great feel that will last a long time.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Matt

Date Reviewed: September 21, 2012

Strengths:    big platform, well built, good bearings, grippy

Weaknesses:    3 pins come loose / fallen out

Bottom Line:   
had these pedals 11 months riding mainly dirt jumps / 4x and bmx tracks on my Santacruz Jackal so no rock strikes or anything like that. two pins are loose and will not tighted as the thread in the pedal or on the pin has gone. and one pin is missing completely. That is my only complaint although quite a major on i think, other than that the pedal is very grippy, perhaps to much grip when wearing 5.10 shoes.

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Favorite Trail:   Hale's Superbowl, Harthill

Duration Product Used:   11 months

Price Paid:    $70.00

Purchased At:   Liesure Lakes

Bike Setup:   Santacruz Jackal 2011, Marzocchi 4x, Spank rims on lat hubs (DJ Set up)

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by wrkgstiff a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: September 7, 2012

Strengths:    Smooth operation.
Large, stable platform.
Great pin placement and durability. Lots of rock strikes and no mashed pins yet.


Weaknesses:    Price. These pedals are spendy but well worth it.

Bottom Line:   
I purchased these pedals to go with my Fatback build and I'm glad I spent the money on these pedals. The big platform supports my feet very well. My entire sole is covered by the pedal. I wear size 12 and haven't had an issue. I have had more rock strikes with these pedals, but paying attention to your line can actually reduce that. I came from spd clipless and wouldn't go back for the world. My feet hardly ever get numb. Quick dabs are easier and starting from a stop is also easier. No fumbling around for the engagement. I have yet to get the bad shin bites, but I have been nipped. It will happen, but the overall stability, lack of foot pain and more comfortable shoes make all the difference in the world.

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Favorite Trail:   Human Powered Trails

Duration Product Used:   2 months

Purchased At:   Speedway Cycles

Bike Setup:   Steel frame, 18"
Steel fork, with anything mounts
Frame Saver applied to frame and fork
Hadley hubs and Ti Skewers
UMA III 70mm Rims
Shimano XT Front Derailleur
SRAM X.9 Twist shifters
Husker Du Tires, tubeless
WTB Volt Saddle
FSA XC 190 Handlebar 630mm width
FSA XC 190 Stem
Avid BB7 Mechanical / FR 5 Levers 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
SRAM X.9 Rear Derailleur
FSA / Fatback Cranks and BB (22,32,Bashguard)
FSA Internal Headset
FSA Chain
SRAM 950 Cassette 11-34
DMR Vault Platform Pedals
Ergon GP-1 Twist Shifter Grips

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by morebravo a Downhiller from Launceston

Date Reviewed: August 14, 2011

Strengths:    Flatform Size, Weight, Pins, Colour Range

Weaknesses:    Pin Colour is taken off after 1 ride. Not really an issue but make me wonder why they went to the effort.

Bottom Line:   
The bottom line is that them pedals work really well and I cannot honestly see myself returning the the Straitline Pedals anytime soon.
While they are not cheap I think that you get an amazingly robust product that should last the test of time.

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Favorite Trail:   Dirt Merchant

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $109.00

Purchased At:   CRC

Similar Products Used:   Straitline Pedal

Bike Setup:   Transition Bottlerocket

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