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Old 07-14-15, 11:09 AM
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Campagnolo pedals

I bought a bike that came with these pedals. I want tonsell them and I was wondering what price they could go for. i have seen prices on ebay but since I am not sure what exact ones they are, im not sure what the prices would be. I apprenciate any help. Here are the pictures.
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Old 07-14-15, 01:36 PM
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They look like the standard Campy NR pedals from the 70's. Plenty of comparable auctions out there. They aren't in the greatest condition so I would expect around $50.
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Old 07-14-15, 01:55 PM
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I agree, $50 or $60.
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Old 07-14-15, 05:06 PM
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Thanks for the replies. Im just gona keep them on the bike then.
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Old 07-15-15, 04:34 AM
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Shine 'em up!
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Pedals. It might offend some of the other Classic & Vintage folks on this forum, but I'd remove the Campy cages and find a shop that does anodization, or learn to do it yourself (but not on these!). I think those pedals would look gorgeous with dark or black anodized cages.

Maybe I just like the Campy close Mavic SSC pedals (#640) a little too much. So does this guy:

Mavic's 640 Pedals ~ tears for gears

Strangely, I've always wanted to put my hands on some TA Spécialités pedals (like people used to use mated to their classic low-q five-arm crank for Paris-Brest-Paris or other brevets). These pedals are supposed to look just gorgeous in person and make Campy, Zeus, Mavic, pretty much everything look like the ugly sister. I've always just wanted to hold a pair. Never even seen 'em.

VeloBase.com - Component: Spécialités TA #3690

The cool thing, kind of aka Suntour Grease Guardish, is that the pedal dust cap actually has a little zerk or grease fitting to lube. How is that not an industry standard fifty years ago or now today?

On pedals, we don't talk about Vintage or Classic tools that much, but I'd love a pedal dust cap wrench (vintage or classic or not). Where do you source?
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Old 07-15-15, 05:05 PM
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It doesn't offend me. And I'm an unabashed vintage Campynista enthisiast. A couple of things anout your idea. The cages on these pedals could be romoved and anodized, if they weren't made of steel. Much easier to get some Super Record pedals, which are already anodized black.

As for dust cap wrenches, for these pedals, there's no substitute for the proper Campagnole wrench. A fine tool.

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Pedals. It might offend some of the other Classic & Vintage folks on this forum, but I'd remove the Campy cages and find a shop that does anodization, or learn to do it yourself (but not on these!). I think those pedals would look gorgeous with dark or black anodized cages.

On pedals, we don't talk about Vintage or Classic tools that much, but I'd love a pedal dust cap wrench (vintage or classic or not). Where do you source?
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Old 07-15-15, 06:40 PM
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What pedals are they? Aluminum cages? I thought the Record/Nuovo Record all had chromed metal cages?
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Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
What pedals are they? Aluminum cages? I thought the Record/Nuovo Record all had chromed metal cages?
The Campy pedals on my '77 Colnago have black ano cages similar to the SunTour Superbes on my Trek. Nearly identical.
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Originally Posted by mtnbke View Post
Pedals. It might offend some of the other Classic & Vintage folks on this forum, but I'd remove the Campy cages and find a shop that does anodization, or learn to do it yourself (but not on these!). I think those pedals would look gorgeous with dark or black anodized cages.
Here is a Campy pedal set with black cages being spiffed up that came with a recent acquiring of a '77 Colnago:

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They're Gran Sport pedals.
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Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
They're Gran Sport pedals.
Yes, one of the oddities of the Campagnolo universe - alloy cages on pedals ranked below the heavier steel Record version - not addressed until the 1037/A SL pedals.
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Here you go.



They are beautifully made and wonderfully rebuildable but so good they don't need it!
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Originally Posted by exxongraftek View Post
Yes, one of the oddities of the Campagnolo universe - alloy cages on pedals ranked below the heavier steel Record version - not addressed until the 1037/A SL pedals.
Yes, Gran Sport pedals, less elegant routing of the toe strap, lower quality bearing surfaces, (but still very good), stepped spindles vs constant taper machined. Simpler cage, the Superlight blank without the additional forming at the back.
You might get $60, maybe more , maybe less.
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Originally Posted by mtnbke View Post
Pedals. It might offend some of the other Classic & Vintage folks on this forum, but I'd remove the Campy cages and find a shop that does anodization, or learn to do it yourself (but not on these!). I think those pedals would look gorgeous with dark or black anodized cages.
How do you remove & reinstall the cages ?
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I do not think you can successfully do it without a machine shop. The rivet showing is not a typical rivet, you would have to machine a special replacement that was slightly oversized and had a slight twist to it.
You might be able to machine an internal thread and use a small flat head machine screw or button head cap screw.... Essentially , a job that will kill off the value of the pedals and consume quite a bit of time and have some risk...

The pedals also lack the reverse threading on the spindle to expel dirt. Leave them as they are.
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Old 07-22-15, 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Homebrew01 View Post
How do you remove & reinstall the cages ?
I assumed these were like Mavic SSC pedals or Suntour Superbe Pro with removable/replaceable cages. Campagnolo/Zeus pedals used rivets and not set screws?
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