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Old 10-22-06, 04:13 PM   #1
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Dura Ace 7700 pedals specs?

Anybody got specs or parts list for PD-7700? I need to find out the size of a missing screw (see pic).
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Spec sheets and/or parts list won't help; they will give the part name ("screw") and number.

I asssume this pedal is one of a pair; take the corresponding screw out of the other pedal and see of you can find something similar at your LBS or hardware store.

Helpful hint: It doesn't have to be identical, it just has to fit.
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The parts lists currently listed for 7800 stuff on shimano's site usually have screw sizes like "M8x3" or the like. I am hoping to be able to order online or be able to walk into the hardware store armed with this info to make things easy.
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Seems to me that walking into the store with a physical example of what you want would be a decent start, but what do I know..?
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