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Pedal GT Outpost

What is the size of the pedal for a GT Outpost? ..I want to swich and send the new pedals to my kid but I don't know what size they are.. I'm not close to him to take a look of the bike...

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Pedals are threaded pretty standard. I'd unscrew your's and send them to your son. Then put on the pedals you want.

Posted on Jul 22, 2013

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