Re: [CR] ORPHAN pedals and crankarms

(Example: Racing:Wayne Stetina)

Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009 06:50:18 -0500
From: "Ken Sanford" <kanford@verizon.net>
In-Reply-To: <E4FFE0A95A604FC38E26144E362F1D1F@KenPC>
To: Ken Sanford <kanford@verizon.net>, Classis Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References:
Cc: rfrobb@bellsouth.net, Stephen <sbryne@comcast.net>, Brook Watts <brook.watts@comcast.net>, worthy2@earthlink.net, FujiFish1@aol.com, Sean Flores <seaneee175@gmail.com>, dmart84815@yahoo.com, kak4436bb@hotmail.com, lat7575@swbell.net
Subject: Re: [CR] ORPHAN pedals and crankarms


Damn - forgot the items!!! see below. ----- Original Message ----- From: Ken Sanford To: Classis Rendezvous Cc: kak4436bb@hotmail.com ; FujiFish1@aol.com ; Robert Clair ; worthy2@earthlink.net ; Sean Flores ; Brook Watts ; rfrobb@bellsouth.net ; cvanscoyk51550@q.com ; dmart84815@yahoo.com ; losgatos_dale@yahoo.com ; Stephen ; markfulton5@mac.com ; lat7575@swbell.net ; devotion finesse ; Ken Sanford Sent: Saturday, January 24, 2009 6:46 AM Subject: ORPHAN pedals and crankarms

Greetings

herewith is the list of orphans pedals and crankarms submitted by listmembers per my request early this month. I tried to list what people had - not just what they wanted. That way, It would be up to the two parties involved to decide which would be the giver and which the taker.....

If you see something that you have the mate for, please contact the owner directly to make determination of condition, who gets, who receives, and any monies or trades that may be necessary to finalize the exchange.

I have cc'ed the owners so you should be able to select their email addresses. If not, just contact me off-list

I will maintain the list for a while so I can make additions. Also please let me know if any orphans get reunited.

regards

Ken Sanford Kensington, MD

PEDALS

CL tommy bar pedals - two (2) lefts! Robert Clair

CL road pedal right (indentations on face plates) Ken Sanford

CL sprint pedal left Ken Sanford

RH Lyotard Berthet platform pedal Alan Goldsworthy

Campagnolo Record road pedal with strap loop RH side Steven Bryne

RH Campy steel Nuovo Record pedal (with toe loop) Matthew Bowne

Campy Pista SL (black short cage, chromed spindle), left/non-drive side pedal - spins excellent, spindle chrome and threads excellent, VERY small amount of fading or surface scratches at cage ends, but no gouging. Light rub on top of insertion side of cage, and the flip tab, both where the shoe drags by. Dust cap is completely missing. Visible inside hardware looks excellent and looks to still be in Campy grease Mark Agree

WAS Italian road pedal (from 1960s?). Chromed steel road cage Steven Bryne

CRANK ARMS

1st Gen Suntour Superbe 170 drive side crank. Marked G-12 Lynn Travers

Magistroni 165 drive side crankarm. The face is plain (not fluted) with the "circus tent" logo in the middle of the arm. Dave Martinez

RH Stronglight 49D, 170, with the earlier stamping that just says "deposee"(or whatever the early stamp says), it doesn't include "marque" as I recall. Alan Goldsworthy

RH Mavic Starfish, 172.5, in average condition. Alan Goldsworthy

170mm non drive side TA pro 5 vis Sean Flores

TA drive side 3 pin crankarm Dale Phelps

Campagnolo 170 pista left crankarm with raised pedal lip - but adulterated by partially milling out the fluted section. 151 bcd Ken Sanford

Campy Record 1984, 170mm, left/non-drive side crank - threads/tapers excellent, about 7 distinguishable little 1-3mm marks ... three of them at pedal end, a very few other super light scratches of little visual consequence, zero perceptible shoe or toe strap rub. Typical ring marks on face around the pedal spindle hole, not too bad but there. Mark Agree

Campy strada left arm, 170, Diamond 8 Brook Watts

1 Left side 170 Campy Strada crank arm 1981 Chris Van Scoyk

Campy driveside spider 144bcd 170mm orphan. No date code Rick Robb

early 1970s Campagnolo Sport or Gran Sport RH crank arm, chromed steel, cotterless Stephen Bryne

Shimano Dura-Ace "ax" 170 mm left-hand crank arm and matching Dura-Ace "ax" pedal with chrome-plated steel toe clip and hardware
           Mark Fulton