Sold Shimano Dura Ace Road Pedals. bring offers

Ron

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I have 2 sets, a 9000 series and a 9100 series (current) for sale. The 9100 series is a +3 mm spindle which to be honest, I could not tell the difference. Both are in excellent condition. I went with Garmin Vector 3 power meter pedals so these are for sale. I also have a set of 2* float cleats to throw in.
Both include shipping.
9100, $99 245 grams
9000, $99. 249 grams


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Tony S

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@Ron, these "look" great. What makes people choose Shimano over Look or vice-versa, given comparable weights? (I have never ridden Shimano road pedals, for no particular reason, and am just curious.)
 
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I have ridden both, Shimano has a solid feel and make a "click" when you enge them. the Shimano's are quite light too. otherwise, there's not a lot of difference. The other nice thing with Shimano is the 2* pedal cleat. Looks are 0 or 4* (may be 4.5)
 
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