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Old 03-06-07, 02:52 PM   #1
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Does anyone have one of these?

I broke my toe clip. At the time i thought "No biggie. I have 2 sets at home." It is a biggie cause the ones I have do not fit. Does anyone have one of these? It's a Shimano 105
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I do have one; I need another.
Want to split a pair?
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Looks like we already have.
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I have 2 NOS, and I don't need em. Also the pedals that go along with them. I can send you each one for the cost of postage, but the pedals will be extra
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I have 2 NOS, and I don't need em. Also the pedals that go along with them. I can send you each one for the cost of postage, but the pedals will be extra
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I have a pair of similar Shimano 600 pedals with clips I could be convinced to part with if either of you want to bite the bullet and upgrade.

For the cost of postage plus a voluntary contribution in an appropriate amount of your choosing to whatever my next charity ride is (probably the Philadelphia Livestrong ride).

EDIT: First come first serve, also the clips on the 600's are metal.

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FIRST CAME... FIRST SERVED.

Pedals will be on their way to a new home shortly.
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I have 2 NOS, and I don't need em. Also the pedals that go along with them. I can send you each one for the cost of postage, but the pedals will be extra
What Dave said!
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They're great pedals (I have two pairs, both on bikes), but the clips are murder to find!
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I have one, and I'm in ATL. Its from v. 1988 Shimano 105 pedals. PM me.
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Those things are the worst. I have a pair on my fixed gear, and would love to get metal clips for them, but they're only available in the Dura Ace line for $20 - $30. I'm switching out to another set of pedals.
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The funny thing is as you slide down the food chain to the Exage groups, the pedals can take either the Exage tongue and slot clips or the 105/600/Dura Ace three-hole clips, but the uipper level pedals only take the three hole clips. Of course, the Exage clips are readily available and cheap......
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