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29 minutes ago, stephen said:

 

 

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Shanepads

So received  the Shane pads in less than 2 weeks from America in sticks somewhere in Shane County, at first I thought these was to small so I fitted them with some jump blocks ,,anyway, I did a 63 mile trip today without having a break apart from 2 stops to reposition the pads  WOW these are so comfortable I love the wider pads and the flex in them when you hit a bump or accelerate or brake ,just the right space from pad to pad you don't even know they are there until you brake or accelerate etc , if these was shit I'd say so but no they are far from it and for £53 shipped to the UK I'm happy ,, thanks Shane I'll try a video next time might need  another pair for my next wheel:D

This is GREAT news and thank you! Wow, you must really climb all over that thing. Lowering the pads makes em even wider. Freaking awesome that they can work with a form of jump pad too. Looks like its about time to add some spikes to those feet aint it? I see you got the upgraded mudflap already. Keep me posted how goes, lookin forward to the vid. It makes me happy when a customer/friend is happy. Thanks again bro!

*you do know I have red too. Basic red and NINJA red. Of course ninja is more awesomer, its freaking NINJA....:ph34r:

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Got mine on today and although I have only ridden it round the garden I can tell straight away that they give much more fore/aft clearance than the stock pads which is exactly what I was after. I placed the lower section of velcro just a little lower so I have a bit of up and down wiggle room for the pad if needed. As Stephen said, the fact the nubs flex a little is really nice for comfort, but not too flexy that it defeats the point of pads in the first place.

Overall and although I have not used the wheel properly yet, these seem awesome and do just what I wanted - a pad thats there when needed and out of the way when not, plus they are as discreet as possible.

And holy shit the backing on that velcro is strong...as per the instructions, you dont want to be repositioning it! Get it right first time by not rushing fitment.

Just gutted that mine came to £60 via Paypal instead of Stephens £53....only joking, these are still one of the cheapest options around :clap3:

Cheers Shane!

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26 minutes ago, Planemo said:

Got mine on today and although I have only ridden it round the garden I can tell straight away that they give much more fore/aft clearance than the stock pads which is exactly what I was after. I placed the lower section of velcro just a little lower so I have a bit of up and down wiggle room for the pad if needed. As Stephen said, the fact the nubs flex a little is really nice for comfort, but not too flexy that it defeats the point of pads in the first place.

Overall and although I have not used the wheel properly yet, these seem awesome and do just what I wanted - a pad thats there when needed and out of the way when not, plus they are as discreet as possible.

And holy shit the backing on that velcro is strong...as per the instructions, you dont want to be repositioning it! Get it right first time by not rushing fitment.

Just gutted that mine came to £60 via Paypal instead of Stephens £53....only joking, these are still one of the cheapest options around :clap3:

Cheers Shane!

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Nice one mate I've just been for another 36 mile ride this morning  ,, I love em I like the width from pad to pad just enough play for your calfs/legs  ,,loving the flex hope they keep flexing and not split anywhere time will tell but yes these pads are super much better than clark pads or the russian  ones I paid £110 for:wacko:

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17 hours ago, Planemo said:

Got mine on today and although I have only ridden it round the garden I can tell straight away that they give much more fore/aft clearance than the stock pads which is exactly what I was after. I placed the lower section of velcro just a little lower so I have a bit of up and down wiggle room for the pad if needed. As Stephen said, the fact the nubs flex a little is really nice for comfort, but not too flexy that it defeats the point of pads in the first place.

Overall and although I have not used the wheel properly yet, these seem awesome and do just what I wanted - a pad thats there when needed and out of the way when not, plus they are as discreet as possible.

And holy shit the backing on that velcro is strong...as per the instructions, you dont want to be repositioning it! Get it right first time by not rushing fitment.

Just gutted that mine came to £60 via Paypal instead of Stephens £53....only joking, these are still one of the cheapest options around :clap3:

Cheers Shane!

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Thanks for the review! Now you have me thinking... How did his come up cheaper than yours? Maybe he's just so much better looking, I had to repay him for the beauty he brings to this rugged planet. Maybe the usd gained value while you waited (I doubt it). Also good to hear the velcro is staying put. 3m makes good stuff and yup, they charge accordingly. I was tempted to browse for a more affordable option, but nah...  Best epdm I could find, best velcro, best material, worst worker. I had to offset that last one somehow.

17 hours ago, stephen said:

Nice one mate I've just been for another 36 mile ride this morning  ,, I love em I like the width from pad to pad just enough play for your calfs/legs  ,,loving the flex hope they keep flexing and not split anywhere time will tell but yes these pads are super much better than clark pads or the russian  ones I paid £110 for:wacko:

I really hope these don't wear out very easily. The material used has extremely resilient properties. If anyone does have issues arise from simply using them, I will definitely make it right. I'd also NEED to know.  The walls of the material are 1.2mm thick as I found this the best blend of durability and flex. The basic version is also durable and I suspect its closer in quality to the majority of similar pads. The ninjatek better be good stuff, its priced damn high and its quite more difficult to work with.

Thanks again guys, all the feedback means a lot more coming from you random asshats than it does coming from this idiot....

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16 minutes ago, ShanesPlanet said:

Thanks for the review! Now you have me thinking... How did his come up cheaper than yours? Maybe he's just so much better looking

Well there is that I suppose. But he smokes too, so maybe he got a Shaney Discount cos of that :)

16 minutes ago, ShanesPlanet said:

3m makes good stuff and yup, they charge accordingly. I was tempted to browse for a more affordable option, but nah...  Best epdm I could find, best velcro, best material

Good to hear, yeah anything 3M is the only way for stuff like this. Like you say it's expensive but it never lets you down. Same with their vinyl wrap or anything that involves adhesive.

16 minutes ago, ShanesPlanet said:

The basic version is also durable and I suspect its closer in quality to the majority of similar pads. The ninjatek better be good stuff, its priced damn high and its quite more difficult to work with.

Out of interest, what is the main difference between the basic and ninja filament? (aside from cost lol)

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On 7/27/2021 at 12:31 PM, Planemo said:

Well there is that I suppose. But he smokes too, so maybe he got a Shaney Discount cos of that :)

Good to hear, yeah anything 3M is the only way for stuff like this. Like you say it's expensive but it never lets you down. Same with their vinyl wrap or anything that involves adhesive.

Out of interest, what is the main difference between the basic and ninja filament? (aside from cost lol)

Basic filament is purchased wherever I can get it.-(no longer available/offered)- Typically china or argentina or philippines. The formulas in them vary, but I'm pretty sure the Ninja brand has MUCH tighter quality control. Both are made of various polymers, but the ninja has proven to be much more durable and has much better consistency. The ninja also manufactures at a much hotter temperature, making it more resistant to heat (and a bitch to work with as the machine need run WAY hot 245C+).  Im sure a chemist could break down the data sheets and give you a much more precise answer.

The epdm comes from a usa company that specializes in commercial materials and neoprene  is from RollNZ. I ship with USPS and I know the name of my neighbor postman (old man Randy is the best)who drives a shittier car than I do. Am I baised? YOU BET! Perhaps you're also noticing a basic theme and preference. :)

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Ordered another pair of shanepads for my exn , I've used shanepads on my sherman they was excellent so I thought I'd try them on the exn and WOW these have got to be the comfiest pads I've used I love the extra wiggle room , great design great flex and so minimalistic beats the russian pads hands down at twice the price , looking forward to receiving my other pair ,,, great work Shane :clap3:

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Ordered another pair Shane pads on 5th August  received today 12th August to the UK and I like em ,, love a bit of colour,, thanks Shane now I got them on both wheels

 

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Holy bright pad overload batman! And 7 days from the US to UK!!! Bloody hell thats fast.

I managed a very short (8 mile) ride last night, my first with the ShanesPlanetSooperDooperLeetNinjaBadBoy pads, they were FAR better than the stock ones. Much more room and seemed just about bang on for my type of riding - the front nub didn't get in the way unless I needed it and the same with the rear. Plus they were nice and cushy when I did, providing nice leverage without feeling like a plank of wood on my shins/calves.

Well happy with mine :)

 

 

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Thanks guys, so glad you like! I am really amazed at how fast they arrive overseas. Lookin good how they work with jump blocks. 

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