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Campy pedals with Shimano cranks???(5 posts)

Campy pedals with Shimano cranks???kushogun
May 16, 2002 10:44 AM
I was contemplating buying the Campy Pro-Fit pedals, either record or chorus, and was curious if the threading on the axles of the pedals were compatable with the threading of Shimano cranks??? Anyone with any experience here? Also, how do you like the pedals??? I am looking for a pedal with less float then speedplay (although the new zeros also fit this), lighter than Time, and without the squeaks of Look. So the Campy seemed to be the best middle ground... Fire away at my opinion. Happy riding everyone!
yesweiwentg
May 16, 2002 11:04 AM
any modern pedals are compatible with any modern road bike or mountain bike cranks. I think.
re: I have some older pre-Pro-Fit pedals fromJL
May 16, 2002 11:25 AM
Campy on my 2001 Shimano equipped Trek. They work fine. I think weiwentg above is correct. The crank threading is one place where everyone agrees(?).

That being said, mine squeak when the cleat gets worn/dirty, but they use Look cleats and I think Pro-fits do not.
re: Campy pedals with Shimano cranks???PhatMatt
May 16, 2002 11:38 AM
I have campy Pedals on my ultegra cranks and they fit just fine... as for th pedals I like them alot. I went with the daytona's not as expensive as the chorus but almost the same weight
Only two pedal threadsKerry
May 16, 2002 4:32 PM
9/16 x 20 (99% of all road and MTBs) or 1/2 x 20 on truly cheapie department store and kids bikes. Buried deep in history, the French had their own size (14mm) but there's no chance you have that. IOW, all pedals are interchangeable -perhaps the only true standard in cycling.