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Old 04-21-05, 03:47 PM   #1
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Detailed shimano brake/shifter diagrams

I will give 5 dollars for anyone that can find me a detailed pdf diagram of how to take apart one of those bloody shifters. I tried to take on apart once and failed miserably, I will never do it again. I jsut want to see what kind of voodoo wizardry goes into those things.http://www.bikeforums.net/
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Is it this one?
http://bike.shimano.com/media/cyclin...9830557305.pdf
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Old 04-21-05, 03:53 PM   #3
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Since you didn't give us any details . . .

Look here. Click on the right one. That'll take you to the .pdf's of exploded diagrams:

http://cycle.shimano-eu.com/catalog/...=1114120087003

I'll wait for the check.
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crap. Am I gonna' wind up splitting the $ with 72andSunny?

That's a heck of a guess if you got it right....
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Since you didn't give us any details . . .

Look here. Click on the right one. That'll take you to the .pdf's of exploded diagrams:

http://cycle.shimano-eu.com/catalog/...=1114120087003

I'll wait for the check.
You better wait a longer time. Here's the MOTHER site of all .pdf explosions

http://www.paul-lange.de/

Go to the following on that page: Shimano-Explosionszeichnungen Liste or go to the FTP List

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I will give 5 dollars for anyone that can find me a detailed pdf diagram of how to take apart one of those bloody shifters. I tried to take on apart once and failed miserably, I will never do it again. I jsut want to see what kind of voodoo wizardry goes into those things.http://www.bikeforums.net/
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There is no black art to taking one apart,but there is in getting one back together and working right.

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Old 04-22-05, 09:19 AM   #7
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OP dangled out some ca$h . . . then split?

How messed up is that? I had a whole freakin' laundry list of stuff I was gonna' by, too.

I'm going looking for him/her. Who's with me?
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Pay the man. Will ya?

Actuallly, they are not that complicated. The deraileur cable is "reeled" in like a fishing rod when you operate the shifter. It's kind of interesting, because Shimano also makes fishing rods and reels. They just brought the technology into bicycling.
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Actuallly, they are not that complicated. The deraileur cable is "reeled" in like a fishing rod when you operate the shifter. It's kind of interesting, because Shimano also makes fishing rods and reels. They just brought the technology into bicycling.
No wonder people spend so much time carping about Ultegra.
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Old 04-22-05, 03:28 PM   #10
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Sry, thx for the replies The checks in the mail neil and sunny Yeah I know how to replace cables and the like, I don't really care which shifter diagram I got they all prob work mostly the same just wanted to see the insides.
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