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Mtb Pedals look vs time vs shimano


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I am looking buying new pedals but cant decide between look quartz , time atac or shimano xt pedals.

I am looking for a no fuss pedal really.

Any advice?
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alot will jump in here and mention the Eggbeaters. I won't so that is why I'm not.

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alot will jump in here and mention the Eggbeaters. I won't so that is why I'm not.

 

I won't mention them either, even though they are the only pedals I'd recommend after giving up on SPD's (Shimano) because of their huge amount of float and their poor mud clearing properties.

 

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Personal experience will make me say shimano.....I rode Time attacks for a brief time. A brief painful time of my life as they couldn't be adjusted so I kept on not being able to unclip and crash a lot. I still crash a lot but it's got nothing to do with the pedals smiley4.gif

 

 

 

Personal preferance....I like my pedals to have float and be quite loose. Some stronger people rather have pedals that don't unclip on every up stroke so go for somethuing like the Attacks....

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I would recomend Time been riding my atac alminium since 2006 epic.

some off the eggbeaters are a bit high maintaince and I have heard good things from the look quarts pedals.

Reason why I dont like shimano they only have 4 degrees of float.

 

 

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eggbeaters or the quartz.. i ride eggbeaters so will recommend them because i think they are awesome but have heard good things about the LOOK awsell

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I am looking buying new pedals but cant decide between look quartz ' date=' time atac or shimano xt pedals.

I am looking for a no fuss pedal really.

Any advice?
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Its time.
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