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    Campy Syncros inserts??

    I have a couple of syncros inserts laying around does anybody know where can I get info on their freewheel/cassette compatibility. most of them have marking on them ie A7. or B6 i know the 7/6 is for the amount of cogs but to what brand of free wheel?

    Does any of campy syncro inserts work with shimano cassettes?
    I was able to match a red colored b6 insert to a sachs 6 speed f/w( it seem to shift okay while I am on the trainer, but I will have to take in out for a road test) but i can't get any of the 7 speed inserts to work with shimano cassettes.

    Are these inserts still around or am I fiddling with a lost cause?

    Any inputs would be appreciated

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSRI
    I have a couple of syncros inserts laying around does anybody know where can I get info on their freewheel/cassette compatibility. most of them have marking on them ie A7. or B6 i know the 7/6 is for the amount of cogs but to what brand of free wheel?

    Does any of campy syncro inserts work with shimano cassettes?
    I was able to match a red colored b6 insert to a sachs 6 speed f/w( it seem to shift okay while I am on the trainer, but I will have to take in out for a road test) but i can't get any of the 7 speed inserts to work with shimano cassettes.

    Are these inserts still around or am I fiddling with a lost cause?

    Any inputs would be appreciated

    Thanks
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