KKT/Kyokuto Top-Run
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Category:  Pedals
Name:  KKT/Kyokuto Top-Run
Brand:  KKT/Kyokuto
Model:  Top-Run
Years:  1970's - 1980's
Country:  Japan
Weight:  356 grams (avg)
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Added By: flim on 09/02/10
Updated By: Tombo on 01/19/16
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Pedal TypeQuillPedal Threading14mm x 1.25mm (French);
9/16" x 20 (English)
Bearing SizeBody / Cage MaterialsAluminum Alloy; Steel
Axle MaterialSteel  
General Information
On the 1978 Koga-Miyata Gent's Touring they came stock with reflectors and toeclips (see other picture).
Quality:Rarity:
 
 
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Brand Information(click to expand)
KKT (Kyokuto Manufacturing Co Ltd) was established in the year 1931 as a manufacturer of cycle parts. By 1955 the company had started metal processing by using the method of plasticity process at normal temperature which is based on cold forging. They were able to produce prescribed shapes without any shredded waste, by applying a fixed external load. Presently the company is mainly manufacturing slotted hexagonal bolts with varieties of more than 3500 in number.
 
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WeightSourceNotesAdded By
360 GramsActualper pair, no clips. alu cage, tube, nut version Simonius Titius
352 GramsActualpair Tombo
Ambrosio
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