Re: [CR]What makes these Stronglight cranks so special?

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Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 19:55:07 -0700
From: "Kurt Sperry" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]What makes these Stronglight cranks so special?
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Type 57 SCs don't come up on Ebay too often and the price wasn't unprecedented. The 57s "no marque" logo, the nice detail of the Verot-Ferrin stamps to me add funk vs. the later and more common Type 63 SC and if the buyer was OK with or even planned on rethreading to BSC, the bunged threads in the left arm probably wouldn't concern much. It's a pretty rare and beautiful vintage crankset advertised as the 1st alloy cotterless set where the rings could be swapped without necessitating removal of either the pedals or arms.

Kurt Sperry Bellingham Washington USA

On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 6:43 PM, Raymond Dobbins <> wrote:
> I know woefully little about Stronglight stuff, but the sale price on these
> cranks caught my attention, especially considering that the pedal threads
> on one of the arms are stripped.
> Maybe its the French threading?
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> Ray Dobbins
> Miami FL USA