Re: [CR]another alternative to the Campy pedal dustcap ?!
Example: Production Builders:Tonard
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 14:05:19 -0600
From: John Thompson <JohnThompson@new.rr.com>
Organization: The Crimson Permanent Assurance
Subject: Re: [CR]another alternative to the Campy pedal dustcap ?!
Steve Kurt wrote:
> While the MKS dustcaps are cheap, affordable, and durable, they
aren't the only alternative to the original Campy dustcap. As you might
expect, Zeus made a great little dustcap! And in true Zeus fashion,
it's 99% compatible with the Campy stuff. In this case, it threads into
the pedal just fine, but you can't use the Campy wrench 'cause the Zeus
dustcap has a *slightly* larger diameter.
> To see just how nice these dustcaps look, just peek at this:
> For comparison, the other pedal on that Olmo has the original dustcap
which looks like this:
> I picked up my Zeus dustcaps in a not-so-local bike shop. It was in
Ciclos Domingo in Castellon, Spain. Just a bit north of Valencia, in
case BC decides to make a trip. Oh.. remember to ask the owner about
"antiguas", and he might show you the nifty bike upstairs. Single
speed, very relaxed geometry, and has one of those cool chain oilers
built into the seat tube. :-)