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Thread: Sportomatic Pedal cluster (not really a cluster)

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    Sportomatic Pedal cluster (not really a cluster)

    Super rare, not frozen(pedal returns under it's own power). It should have new bushings, IMHO. $30.00 plus shipping, CONUS only. If you want, I will remove the brake light switch and just send you that part, if that is all you want. It will save many dollars of shipping.

    Regards

    Jim
    PS: Often times, "Super Rare" does not really add value or sale-ability.
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    Jim,
    I will take the pedal cluster.Many Thanks

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    There's something terribly wrong with your pricing, Jim.

    It's too darn reasonable...
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    You're right Jim, the pedal assembly isn't a "cluster" but the Sporto system as a whole is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    You're right Jim, the pedal assembly isn't a "cluster" but the Sporto system as a whole is.
    Agreed. I just stumbled upon some NOS Sporto Presure Plates if you are interested.

    Ciao

    Jim

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