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marshman777marshman777 Posts: 16
edited November 2010 in Road general
does anyone what size the threads are on standard bikes for the pedals comparred with older bikes (mid 80's) just working on an old raleigh and not got a device for measuring the size of the thread.

Thanks

Andy

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  • i had this thought when fitting a pair of Time RXS clipless pedals to my 1982 Raleigh Record Ace, the thread 9/16" x 20 tpi is stamped on the cranks and i thought modern pedals were now metric, but they are still the same thread , the Time pedals screwed straight in no problem.
  • Monty DogMonty Dog Posts: 20,614
    Pedal threads have been standard 9/16"x20tpi for yonks - only exceptions are one-piece BMX-style cranks, old French bikes and Shimano Dyna-Drive from the early 80s
    Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..
  • norry1norry1 Posts: 12
    I recently put shimano 324's on an old Raleigh racer from the 80's. They fitted fine.

    Martin
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