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Old 11-02-2006, 04:49 AM
AdamKubiak AdamKubiak is offline
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This is my first message and I am not even sure if the title conveys the message I want it to convey.
I ride a beutifull T.I. Raleigh Professional equipped with the ax-specs Dura Ace groupset.
The thing is that the crank set was designed to be used with a specific type of pedals (with straps) with wide thread axle.
I found out that there is possibility of getting adaptors which allow for regular 9/16'" pedals to be installed on the bike. I need them badly.
Any idea where I can get them?

I found only one set at ebay.com. Unfotunately already installed on a bicycle.

Where if not at ebay.com?
Hope you will tell me
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Old 11-02-2006, 06:08 AM
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They are not cheap but you can get them from Loose Screws in Ashland.

Pedal adapters

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Old 11-03-2006, 12:00 AM
AdamKubiak AdamKubiak is offline
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They are not cheap indeed.
Shipping costs to Poland will dramatically increase the price.
Have to check if replacing the crankset is not a cheaper option.
Thanks anyway.

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