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Nov. 21, 2022, 6:34 a.m. -  kcy4130

There's a good reason most pedals use a nut (and externally threaded axle) instead of a shcs aside from machining ease. A solid shaft is stronger than a shaft with a drill/tapped hole in it. Wolftooth products generally seem to be well engineered, and I'd assume these pedals are too. Might be thinner cartridge bearings (i.e. larger id for same od) to keep shaft larger. But without looking at dimensions that's just speculation on my part. Would explain why they use three bearing instead of the more common two.

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