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I cant findt enough info on the KHE K-Pro BMX pedals.

I am looking at buying the KHE K-Pro BMX pedals. I think it is in alloy, but I can not fint the weight of them any where. Can you help me to a recource? Thanks a lot. Lars

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They come in aluminum(cheaper) and Magnesium which is lighter. I don't have the weights yet but will try to find out. They both have 9/16" axles. The graphite Stimulatorz might be a better choice at $16.99.

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