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Old 04-13-19, 10:06 PM
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FS: Suntour Sprint Pedals

Selling a set of rider quality Suntour Sprint pedals. They spin fine as is but could benefit from a repack, aesthetically they are decent with some cleanable corrosion to one of the spindles and some general fading/signs of use. These came to me with the powerstraps, and they are included if you want them or I can just ship the pedals. Asking $25 shipped as shown.




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Old 04-16-19, 07:46 AM
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hello,
would love to get these from you. Picked up a bike that has Suntour Sprint 9000 components, and this would be a great additional. I can Pay Pal you, send a ck,...let me know what works best for you. I'm in SF, CA area. Thanks!
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Old 04-16-19, 08:29 AM
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Originally Posted by vascoboy View Post
hello,
would love to get these from you. Picked up a bike that has Suntour Sprint 9000 components, and this would be a great additional. I can Pay Pal you, send a ck,...let me know what works best for you. I'm in SF, CA area. Thanks!
Sounds good, I'll send you a pm, thanks!
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I'm pretty sure this deal went down but just in case it languished--as happens sometimes--I'd be interested in the pedals.
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I am always late to the ball game... Arrrgh!
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The vintage higher end Suntour pedals are super nice!
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
The vintage higher end Suntour pedals are super nice!
They definitely had pedals and brake levers tuned to a beautiful art. Calipers were lovely...
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
The vintage higher end Suntour pedals are super nice!
And the Sprint versions were pretty rare. Sprint had a pretty short run, but was outstanding stuff.
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Originally Posted by UKFan4Sure View Post
And the Sprint versions were pretty rare. Sprint had a pretty short run, but was outstanding stuff.
AFAIK, "Sprint" pedals were a cosmetic variation on "Cyclone" pedals: different dustcap, different color cage plate, but mechanically identical.

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They look very much like the Specialized 'Touring' pedals, only with the outside portion cut off. Which is quite likely what they are.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
For reference: Sprint pedals are lighter than Cyclone pedals by 57g a pair based on the pairs I weighed on my electronic scale. Velobase has the weight difference listed at 54g a pair.
Cyclone cage plates are steel. Perhaps Sprint cage plates are aluminum? I don't have a set of Sprints to check.
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