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Trying to change pedals on a kalin atb ht 100 mtn bike. I don't know how to seperate the pedals from the frame.

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SOURCE: polaris rmk mtn bike or victory vegas low mtn

The Polaris RMK and Victory Vegas Low are the exact same bike with different colors and names.
They are made by Ming Cycle in Taiwan and are distributed by an American company-----Cycle Force Group.

The Polaris and Victory are Ming's top of the line dual suspension mountain bike, they have upgraded wheels, front disk brakes and 19" frame. If color doesn't matter to you, then the Victory Vegas Low is usually the better deal.-------Can be found on Amazon, Wall mart, Miejer.

The Polaris and Victory generally have the best reviews and ratings of any dual suspension mountain bikes priced below $250

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SOURCE: What are the threads and

The make of the bike does not define the crankarm on it which might define the spec of the threaded hole.

A simple web search for "bicycle pedal thread pitch" leads to..

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/gloss_p.html

Look for "pedal threading"

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