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Old 10-30-07, 12:12 PM   #1
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Cable install

I am going to switch from bar end shifters (currently installed) back to the Campy ergo shifters that are currently attached to conventional drop handle bars. I know how to get the habndle bars on, but need some help in re-attaching the cabling.

Any hints where I can get some good, clear instructions would be greatfully accepted. (I luv pictures)

THX in advance -

PS - If this posting looks vaguely .... I have no earthly idea why I originally posted this in the "Road Bike" forum. I've a feeling that this forum is way more appropriate.
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Old 10-30-07, 01:16 PM   #2
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I am going to switch from bar end shifters (currently installed) back to the Campy ergo shifters that are currently attached to conventional drop handle bars. I know how to get the habndle bars on, but need some help in re-attaching the cabling.

Any hints where I can get some good, clear instructions would be greatfully accepted. (I luv pictures)
The Campy manual is pretty complete. It does not have color pics but the drawings are decent.

The park tool shifter section does not cover Ergo specifically but it does have good explanations that you only need to transfer to the Ergo cabling/mounting style.
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Campy's web site has .pdf of all of their component owner's manuals. I'd try there as they are pretty well illustrated.
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Thanks!

I looked at the Campy manual. I can even learn some languages while doing the install.

Thanks for the guidance>
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