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TIME MX8 Carbon Pedal

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    Time's MX8 Carbon Pedal uses a carbon composite body and hollow axle to drop ten grams from the MX6. This places the MX8's weight under 185 grams while retaining the wide body, oversized bearings, and proven ATAC retention system that all-mountain riders love.

    Time's ATAC (Auto Tension Adjust Concept) is a simple design, with easy engagement and plenty of float. The spring tension never needs adjustment and it also sheds mud for consistent engagement. The MX8 pedals allow plus or minus five degrees of float, with an additional 6mm of lateral movement to permit ergonomic and efficient pedaling. The large bearing surface and wide platform adds confidence in tricky mounting and dismount situations.

    The Time MX8 Carbon Pedal coms in one color, Black, has hollow a steel chrome axel for durability and strength; cleats are included.

    • Item #TME000G

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] composite, [axle] steel chrome
    Float
    [+/-] 5°
    Recommended Use
    cycling

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I upgraded to the MX8's from some old Crank Brothers Eggbeaters because I wanted something with more platform. I had originally planned on getting Crank Brothers Mallets but decided to try a new brand and heard that the TIMEs provide a little more float, which I like.



    The MX8s definitely have a solid amount of float, are decently light and have been introduced to several rocks without showing any sign of it.



    Even at the 13 degree position however, they have a pretty tight release that takes some getting used to. I'm curious to see if the springs soften up over time like my beaters did.

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