They measure 22.5 inches from outside to outside at the widest point.
The paint is pretty well scuffed from installing and uninstalling shifters and brake levers.
$30 + shipping (OBO).
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For all those eager advocates of SPD clips, or any other mechanical method of attaching your feet to the pedals, here's something few of the clip using fraturnity rarely tell you. Unless you aquaint yourself at an early stage in your cycling life and feel very comfortable getting in and out of clips at split-second notice without having time to think you might end up as I did a few years back, running out of momentum on a steep hill and quite suddenly face down on the black-top.
Unless you're a serious road racer I see very little justification for any kind of clips.
We checked out a Trangia stove that's available here. Runs on some kind of spirits not gas. Didn't like it anyway as with all the acompanying pots - aluminum - luck! - and whatnot it looked very bulky.