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DMR V8 Grease Port Pedals

  • DMR's top selling product
  • The perfect combination of form function and value for money
  • Runs on precision ground loose ball bearings
  • With grease port and 'V-Lube' grease syringe included in the box
  • Fully serviceable – most spares are available from stock including ½" (BMX) axles
  • Weight 528g
  • 8 replaceable Steel studs

Buy DMR V8 Grease Port Pedals from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: White, Code Red, Lemon Lime, Diamond, Tango Orange, Blue, Polished Silver
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 489 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great value for Money I like these pedals, a bit heavy, but they seem very robust In the box I also found the syringe with the grease. 16 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Держат отлично Контакт с ногой хороший, но краска слезает, да и вес немаленький 13 October 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unfinished product By reading the reviews I think the quality of this product differs from average to poor. I will list some facts about the pedals - The clearance of the bearings is adjustable, but it was not correctly adjusted. - They are provided with no instructions about bearing adjustment. - Small amount of grease in bearings is different from the insufficient amount in syringe provided with the product. - I guess the syringe is supposed to be reusable. Anyway it is not. It breaks when you try to pull the piston back leaving the piston inside the syringe and the rod in your hand. - Outer "Seal" is not attached to pedal so it allows dirt to enter past the inner O-ring which is in wrong diameter. - These pedals are heavy. - They come with a sticker (maybe you can attach it to your list of "never buy from these manufacturers again"). I think they look nice despite the poor outer "seals". Haven't really tried them yet because it took me awhile to finish the work that should have been done by the manufacturer. But reading the other comments, I have expectation of pedal failure after the installation. Do not buy these pedals. And if you do, make sure you have: grease syringe, tools, know-how to adjust bearings, bearing grease, good luck and desire to give money for someone so that you can finish their work. 13 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Budget friendly good quality pedals! A great flat pedal upgrade to my plastic pedals that came with my bike. 10 October 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Some nice touches, but meh.... Bought a pair of these to move back to flats after too long using SPDs, once I got them in my hands they just seemed cheap. The grease port is a nice idea and I imagine great for replacing gunked up grease from around the bearings, however the shield being held in place by an 'o'ring means it doesn't seal quite as well as I would of liked. And the initial feel was very 'gritty'. The initial supply of grease is fine to get you going but I would suggest getting some if it's not already in your tool box. Have returned these in exchange for some Shimano Saints, which for the price difference seem to be so much better. 08 October 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent value. An excellent value for money pedal,very grippy,only just fitted so can comment on durability but does appear quite sturdy.The pedal is fairly heavy but guess if you want super light pedals then you will have to dig a little deeper into your pockets,the single grease syringe is more of a token gesture as clearly not enough to effectively grease both pedals so would suggest as I did and dump the grease in it and fill syringe with your own bearing grease (get some if you dont have any as very useful to have around) then you can grease the bearings correctly and regulary to keep it all running smooth. 01 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Totally bomb proof I bought a set of DMR V8s in 2007, and used them on a downhill bike and then swapped them onto my enduro bike for about the last 3 years. With almost non-existent maintenance these pedals have gone on and on! The right one is a bit loose with a bit of play in the bearings, but the left is perfect. The paint is chipped, no dents and most of the pins have survived years of punishment and neglect. They are heavy, but the grip is phenomenal with any kind of footwear, wet, dry icy or muddy i rarely slip off of these pedals. True, they can shred your shins down to the bone when you do lose a foot, but quite honestly I can live with that! The cost is low compared to their lifespan, so what if the gimmick grease syringe is rubbish, and they maybe heavier than some riders would like, but I would buy these V8s every time. In fact I just did! Here's to several more years of neglect and punishment! 27 September 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by grippy, stylish but chunky pretty grippy when new so good for technical biking 22 September 2014
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Need new pedals for a single speed bike I'm buying, just wondering if these pedals are suitable.
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These pedals are extremely grippy and as they are intended for Mountain Riding; they should have an excellent wear life when being used for commuting.
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Yes you can use these on many bikes including your single speed
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They work with any bike as long as the axles fit (9/16") your cranks. They might be a bit of an overdo but go for it if you want grip.

NB.: if you run a fixie these pedals DO NOT come with straps
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it was in a box with pedals
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Yes they can and would highly recommend them as they offer phenomenal grip
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Tamaño del eje

¿es 9/16 1/2?
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Te confirmo que es tamaño 9/16" de eje.
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Estos son 9/16"
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Can I use these pedals on a BMX?

Are the spindles on the V8's the same size on a BMX crank arm?
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The axle included with the DMR V8 Pedal is sized 9/16" for Mountain Bikes. However; the BMX 1/2" axle can be purchased separately and fitted to the pedal body.
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Depends on your cranks pedal mount size- your BMX cranks might be 1/2" when V8's are 9/16". Double check the cranks on your bike my friend and bear in mind:

1. 3pcs crankset- 9/16" pedals
2. 1pc crankset- 1/2" pedals
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Are these metal or plastic pedals?

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Metal; The platform is alloy and the axle/ bearings/ pins are Cromoly Steel.
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