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Old 02-26-06, 11:00 AM   #1
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STI with dia compe 610 sidepulls

Can I make the move to STI and still use the existing 1987 dia compe side pull brakes on my Pug? Harris Cyclery has the 8 speed STI conversion kit with cables, stops, and brifters very reasonable.

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Pretty much any sidepull (or centerpull or cantis for that matter) road brakes will work with STI levers. The only "mis-match" is with V-brakes so you should have no problems.
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