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Old 01-29-07, 03:29 PM   #1
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Dura Ace barend compatability

Will my Ultegra 10spd rear derailleur work with Dura Ace 10 speed barend shifters.

I was going to run a ultegra 10spd cassette or a miche 10spd cassette with it also.
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Old 01-29-07, 03:40 PM   #2
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It will work just fine.
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All Shimano indexed shifters and rear deraillers are compatible with each other, except for pre-9-speed Dura Ace. There are some variations in front derailler indexing, which matter for STI and Rapidfire shifters but not for down-tube and bar-end (which both have friction shifting for the front der).

The Shimano instructions for my 9-speed bar-end shifters said "compatible only with Dura Ace rear derailler" which is either a holdover from 8-speed Dura-Ace bar-end shifters and Shimano forgot to remove it when they printed instructions for 9-speed bar-end shifters, or it's an intentional crock to try and get people to buy superfluous updates to ensure compatibility where it wouldn't have been a problem anyway.
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Running D-A barends with an XT rear der - no probs at all - of course.
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Running D-A barends with an XT rear der - no probs at all - of course.
Yup, I had the same thing on my Raleigh before I recently disassembled it.
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