|Look Pedal Suggestions||JetSpeed|
Oct 22, 2003 10:45 AM
|Buying a new pair of Look pedals to replace the old worn and tired ones I have now. I would like to spend less than $125. Anyone bought a pair they would suggest and why?
|re: Look Pedal Suggestions||No_sprint|
Oct 22, 2003 10:53 AM
|I'm using 396 on both my current rides. They are tough for this light guy to get out of but I'm completely used to it now. The release settings are such that, according to the website, the easiest out setting on the 396 is nearly the same as the very hardest setting on the 357. If you're not racin' or don't care to be sure to be full bore locked in no matter what, don't go with the 396.|
|re: Look Pedal Suggestions||morkm|
Oct 22, 2003 12:18 PM
|396 have worked great for me.
Get them for $66 at www.totalcycling.com. Shipping is something like $16 or so, and so you save around $20 over the cheapest 396's for sale in US online.
just my .02
Oct 22, 2003 1:03 PM
|Cheap, light, and they don't squeak. Usually sell for about $80 or $90. No gimmicks, just a good solid pedal. And they don't squeak.
PS. Did I mention they don't squeak?
|re: Look Pedal Suggestions||MVN|
Oct 22, 2003 6:45 PM
|I bought 2 pairs of PP337's , got one on closeout at Excel for $58. They are good, solid pedals. Work great for me, plenty of tension. You can probably still find them online. Good luck.|
|re: Look Pedal Suggestions||alchemy|
Oct 23, 2003 1:07 AM
|Look PP 337's - good,no gimmicks, solid & reliable. Try probikekit.com - they usually have good prices (at least in $AU terms) on these and other Looks.|| |