With this in mind what would the list say a pair of SR pedals with the Ti spindles in used (but not abused, if the wear on the cages is any indication) condition is worth? I happened to meet an old friend with a pair the other day, and I inquired if he might be interested in selling his, but what to offer, I wasn't sure.
David Bilenkey in wet and cold Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Tom Dalton Sent: December 3, 2001 9:52 AM To: Shindelar, Dan Cc: email@example.com Subject: Re: [CR]WTB: Campy TI pedal spindles
It's a couple of days late, but I wanted to add to Mark's comments. I have to question the wisdom of seaking out used Ti spindles from a trashed pedal set for use on a rider bike. Even if you have a spindle set with a known history, thay are not known for reliability. A used set may have been crashed, or simply may have been used beyond their fatigue life. So, for a non-riding restoration that just must have Ti, it may be worth the difficult conversion, but for a rider, I'd stick to SL. Remember, nearly every SR equipped bike that ever saw action was actually "SR-reduced" with SL pedals and an NR bottom bracket. (the SR post and headset are also candidates for replacemnet with the more practical NR options).
> I am in need of a pair of Campagnolo Titanium pedal
\r?\n> spindles (which I
\r?\n> believe were an option on Superleggrero pedals) for
\r?\n> a project bike. I
\r?\n> really only need the spindles, but will happily
\r?\n> consider dismantling a
\r?\n> trashed pedal set to get them. This Vitus project
\r?\n> bike is a frequent rider
\r?\n> so I'm not looking for NOS or Mint (what ever that
\r?\n> means). Please contact
\r?\n> me off list if you can help.
\r?\n> Dan Shindelar in MN