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Old 02-18-23, 10:40 AM
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Campagnolo pedals clips and straps

Very nice set of pedals in excellent condition with Campy clips and straps. Dustcaps in great shape. In storage since PO went to clipless. $80 plus shipping.








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Do you know if these are C-record, or Victory/Triomphe?
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I think victory
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Originally Posted by panzerwagon
Do you know if these are C-record, or Victory/Triomphe?
Definitely Victory
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Maybe this will help to explain the difference......
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OMG!!!
I have wondered the difference for years!!

Now I know the difference, I have a question. Is one type inherently better than the other?

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I have a question. Is one type inherently better than the other?
Maybe, but this isn't the thread for that. This is the thread for selling Victory pedals in what appears to be excellent condition.
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Originally Posted by Robvolz
OMG!!!
I have wondered the difference for years!!

Now I know the difference, I have a question. Is one type inherently better than the other?

thanks
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Not sure others would agree but the C Records have the threaded plate on the bottom, drive that into the ground and you could be screwed, jack up the others and you can probably salvage it no matter what.

I'm sure one would still rather have the C's and there may very well be less of them to be had so....


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Bump for a very nice set of pedals at a good price!
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These are sold. Thanks all
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