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 Post subject: WTB Stealth MP250
PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2004 9:49 am 
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I've read some bad reviews of these pedals (don't think WTB even still make them) but are they really that bad?

I can get them cheap but don't want to waste my money if they're rubbish!!!

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Polaris, i don't have any experience with wtb pedals. Only shim and time. Nowadays i only ride time. I only can say, Go for some nice Time's

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Time really work great. i ride with them for two months. Good climb and descend. Unfortunetly ,i change to egg-beaters coz of weight. :cry: Power transfer always come from foot not platform. platform are for freeriders where they drop 30foot with no pain.

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 Post subject: Thanks, but
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Thanks, but I'm only really interested in whether people know about the WTBs.

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http://www.mtbreview.com/reviews/Pedal/ ... 2440.shtml


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 Post subject: thanks again
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....those are some of the bad reviews I was talking about.

Does anyone have any first-hand experience of these pedals?

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