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Old 03-28-08, 07:55 PM   #1
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Campy Pedal Compatibility Question

I'm thinking of buying these pedals on ebay:

and want to know if they would be compatible with SR Suntour cranks... Any help anyone? The ebay seller says they are "Campagnolo Triomphe" pedals. I'm new at buying stuff off of ebay as well, so can anyone tell me what a good price for those pedals might be, or if they're even worth buying? They look nice for my coming-soon commuter, a 2008 Raleigh One-Way.

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These pedals will thread into your cranks just fine. However, I wouldn't pay much for them just because they are Campy. "Triomphe" was one of Campy's lower line groups and these are nothing special.

As to e-bay, be careful. Sellers often badly exagerate the condition of their items so be sure you can return them if the bearings are bad or something else is wrong.

BTW, have you checked your LBS for clip-and-strap type pedals? The may have some NOS good quality pedals at give-away prices since the demand for these is now so low.
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If you like platform pedals, MKS still makes their GR-9 which are widely available for $20-25.
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