#1
I was just wondering if i was the only person who hates velcro, i found alot of times over the years id mount a pedal to the board and when id go to pull it off the velcro was stronger then the glue holding itself to the pedal. The velcro would rip off, stay connected to the board, and on the back of the pedal remained sticky glue residue. Does anyone know if they sell any sort of bracket or mounting plate to connect pedals to boards some other way, has anyone ever used anything different from velcro?
#2
i know a guy on here used zip ties. i used velcro (industrial strength) and thats how i roll haha
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#3
or use bicycle chain links
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#5
I would think that magnets would mess up the pedals, but maybe not...

Stick (pun intended) with velcro. Try gorilla glue and use longer velcro for the piece that gets glued to the board, so you have room to hold your thumb on it while you pull of the pedal.

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\/ pshh, that's boring
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#6
or just velcro the whole bottom of the pedal board...(AKA mine)
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#7
I don't think magnets would "mess up" a pedal. It may slightly attenuate the signal, if anything.