Classic & Vintage - Replacement raleigh rubber pedal blocks?
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07-28-11, 06:33 PM
Anybody know where I can find some? I don't want to give up on my Sports' nice Raleigh pedals but the rubber is cracking and falling apart now.
I found some (70s vintage with the Raleigh symbols on them-- same age as the bicycle recipient) on ebay for a reasonable price after checking the local coop to no avail. I tossed the ones that came off the bicycle because one of them was bent and both of them were rusty.
I like these non-servicable 70s raleigh rubber block pedals better than the servicable MKS ones you can buy new. The latter are too bulky/clunky for me.
07-28-11, 06:46 PM
I have a pair of the 70s one around here somewhere. Maybe I'll use them instead... I would prefer to just find the rubber bits though.
07-28-11, 06:55 PM
I think these will work:
Old Fat Guy
07-28-11, 06:57 PM
I have some NOS Raleigh pedals you can have very reasonably. PM me.
Hey Old Fat Guy,
If the original poster doesn't want those pedals, I'll take them off of you. I just bought a pair of "vintage" pedals off eBay only to find they were made of hard plastic and not rubber.
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