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Old 03-01-11, 08:33 PM
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Mystery Campagnolo pedals

Hey, I recently picked up some vintage looking Campy pedals for cheap. I was thinking about MAYBE selling them but cant for my life figure out what they are exactly. Heres what I do know for sure. They have "1037 <C>" stamped in the middle top side of the pedal. They also have a metal dustcap, not painted plastic. Other than that they look just like the gran sport, record or superleggero pedals except that they are all silver.
I found this searching through the net, maybe its helpful, scroll down to the "mink blue 1973 professional". http://www.sheldonbrown.com/retroral...fessional.html

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old 03-01-11, 08:56 PM
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Check HiCampy's site. He has some good details about dust caps.

http://translate.google.com/translat...n&hl=&ie=UTF-8
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Thank! that is interesting. Getting closer haha. It looks like he almost identifies them...........but he doesnt really haha
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Originally Posted by FIXEDCADENCE View Post
Thank! that is interesting. Getting closer haha. It looks like he almost identifies them...........but he doesnt really haha
They are later Record pedals, post toe strap loop which these do not have. Most likely from a later middle 70's Raleigh International. For whatever reason, Raleigh had Campagnolo stamp a model number into the top of the alloy. Way back in the day assembling these bikes we noticed the stamping, that was particular to Raleigh, at least for all the pedals we went through from various distributors.
Later in the game Campagnolo went to the plastic caps on these too, but we only really noticed when a guy scraped a pedal and wanted a replacement.

If you used a good laminated leather toe strap you would not need two straps per pedal.
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