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Old 11-16-22, 04:22 PM
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The axle locknut thread is a somewhat unusual 7mm x 0.75mm thread; maybe source from a place like McMaster-Carr? Otherwise, other pedal hardware e.g. Campagnolo Gran Sport, Gipiemme Dual-Sprint, Ofmega, etc. pedals axles, cones and hardware are interchangeable with Record and Superleggero pedals. You might be able to find a beat-up set of one of those, from which a locknut can be scavenged.

The dustcap thread is pretty common. MKS Sylvan dustcaps will fit, are widely available and affordable. If the MKS logo offends you, you can file it off and make the cap anonymous. It won't look like the Campagnolo cap, but if you use it on the non-drive side pedal and nobody will notice.

Before and after "anonymizing:"

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Originally Posted by SalemCycles
I think I covered all of the varied names for that size!

I'm hoping to put some alloy rims on my Superbe that I actually use as a rainy-day commuter and guest bike (both scenarios where braking performance is worth having), but also want to maintain the look as best I can. I know CR18s used to come in a polished finish in this size, but it would seem that is no longer the case.

If anyone has any 36h polished CR18s (or similar) in ISO 590 kicking around that they'd like to make a buck off of, let me know!

(I am in Canada, but could probably bug a friend in Rochester to ferry these for me if needed)
What area of Canada are you in?

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
The axle locknut thread is a somewhat unusual 7mm x 0.75mm thread
There's a 7 x 0.75 tap in a set I have so if the OP sends me a pm with his address I'll have a go at making a locknut.
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
The axle locknut thread is a somewhat unusual 7mm x 0.75mm thread; maybe source from a place like McMaster-Carr? Otherwise, other pedal hardware e.g. Campagnolo Gran Sport, Gipiemme Dual-Sprint, Ofmega, etc. pedals axles, cones and hardware are interchangeable with Record and Superleggero pedals. You might be able to find a beat-up set of one of those, from which a locknut can be scavenged.

The dustcap thread is pretty common. MKS Sylvan dustcaps will fit, are widely available and affordable. If the MKS logo offends you, you can file it off and make the cap anonymous. It won't look like the Campagnolo cap, but if you use it on the non-drive side pedal and nobody will notice.
I think this is a copy from another post IIRC but I didn't know how to find it! Thanks for responding with it.
I was wondering what other pedals might supply the parts.
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Originally Posted by Miele Man
What area of Canada are you in?

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Ontario - live in Elora, regularly in Guelph/KW and family in Toronto!
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^^^^ First "vacation" with the girl I married was in Elora; we X-C skied the gorge trails, going on 40 years ago now.
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Originally Posted by SJX426
I need the washer and lock nut and of course the cap for only one of the pair.
68FrejusSRPedals on Flickr

@ me or PM.

Thanks.
i may have a candidate, but I dunno what model (is silver). prob no dust cap. Iíll take a look soon.
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
730's. Part of a '87 groupset that I pulled off a Cimarron.
I have multiple sets of the beartrap style pedals and would gladly trade for a set of 730's. Or I _might_ have a set of rectangular shaped ones of some sort but my junk is in storage at the moment so it would take me a week or so to find out.
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Originally Posted by Iowegian
I have multiple sets of the beartrap style pedals and would gladly trade for a set of 730's. Or I _might_ have a set of rectangular shaped ones of some sort but my junk is in storage at the moment so it would take me a week or so to find out.
​​​​​When you have time to check on what's there, I'll be interested to hear about it. Preference for rectangular, but would stoked for a pair of bear traps just the same.

In the meantime, here's a peek at the 730's.



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Originally Posted by jethin
i may have a candidate, but I dunno what model (is silver). prob no dust cap. Iíll take a look soon.
Thanks! The nut is a 7mm x.75 and at this point, the most critical
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Originally Posted by SJX426
Thanks! The nut is a 7mm x.75 and at this point, the most critical


Gran Sport. Unsure about compatibility.
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Originally Posted by jethin
Gran Sport. Unsure about compatibility.
Gran Sport pedal axles, cones, and locknuts will interchange with Record and Superleggero. The biggest difference is that the Record and Superleggero axles are rifled to help prevent contamination, while the Gran Sport are smooth.
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Campy NR Globe gum brake lever hoods

Does anyone have a good, recent source of these hoods. So many of them online look like they're made of the wrong rubber.

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I need an ST-M071 left shifter (ft) repaired does anyone in this forum provide that as a service?
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Originally Posted by Schweinhund
I need an ST-M071 left shifter (ft) repaired does anyone in this forum provide that as a service?
have you confirmed there are parts actually broken inside the unit? Cause if it's merely stopped shifting (as often occurs with age) the easy cure is to flush out the old dried up grease with a big long bath of WD-40 or PB Blaster and working the mech until all grease has softened up and moved along.
It's messy (wear gloves and use a bunch of cloth rags) and takes time but nearly always does the job.
After air-drying the works, spray in a light weight lube of your choice, it won't be as durable as the OEM grease so you'll need to repeat lubrication periodically, but DON'T rely on the flush-out fluid to be your lube.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
have you confirmed there are parts actually broken inside the unit? Cause if it's merely stopped shifting (as often occurs with age) the easy cure is to flush out the old dried up grease with a big long bath of WD-40 or PB Blaster and working the mech until all grease has softened up and moved along.
It's messy (wear gloves and use a bunch of cloth rags) and takes time but nearly always does the job.
After air-drying the works, spray in a light weight lube of your choice, it won't be as durable as the OEM grease so you'll need to repeat lubrication periodically, but DON'T rely on the flush-out fluid to be your lube.
It has a small problem...

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Campy TT cable guide screw?

I lost one last night when the spring clip launched it over my shoulder. I think it landed on the work bench but…
I think it is a 1/2 size that my Ace doesn’t have. What size are they?
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Need a long-cage Shimano RD for a flip that mounts to a conventional hanger - turns out all my spares are either short cage or integrated claw hanger. Doesn't have to be anything terribly specific.

Have stuff to trade. What do you need?

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Need a long-cage Shimano RD for a flip that mounts to a conventional hanger - turns out all my spares are either short cage or integrated claw hanger. Doesn't have to be anything terribly specific.

Have stuff to trade. What do you need?

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MTB? Or standard touring? I am pretty sure I have some. Let me check.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
MTB? Or standard touring? I am pretty sure I have some. Let me check.
It's for that '88 Schwinn Voyageur I've had kicking around, so technically touring, but I'll take MTB too. Not picky, just want something that works that's compatible with the Shimano 6-speed shifter.

Have thrown too much effort and money at the thing already - the goal is simply to get rid of it with the least additional expense.

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Originally Posted by cudak888
It's for that '88 Schwinn Voyageur I've had kicking around, so technically touring, but I'll take MTB too. Not picky, just want something that works that's compatible with the Shimano 6-speed shifter.

Have thrown too much effort and money at the thing already - the goal is simply to get rid of it with the least additional expense.

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So 6 speed indexed? Or friction okay?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
So 6 speed indexed? Or friction okay?
Six or seven speed indexed Shimano, ideally.

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Six or seven speed indexed Shimano, ideally.

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