Origin 8 FX Pedal

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MSRP : $49.99

Product Description

Perfect for your XC/Trail/Enduro bike,The FX pedals are strong yet extremely light. Origin 8 did not cut any corners withThis pedal.The FX pedals are CNC machined and have been heat- Treated.The sealed cartridge bearings keepThe pedal moving fluidlyThroughout each rotation. CNC machined Large platform for extra stability 17mm platform height Hardened Chromoly replacement pins Heat-Treated Chromoly axle Sealed cartridge bearings

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