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Old 06-08-08, 11:13 AM   #1
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where can I find a replacement for this broken spring of rear derailer

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this spring in my rear derailer (campagnolo) is broken. it's the spring that generates the tension of the pulley-case. I have been looking for a replacement on the internet but with no luck. Is this spring acturally available as a single replacement part? what does it call exactly? or do I have to replace the whol rear derailer?

my bike is a more than 10 years old dancelli racing bike (2x7 speed), if I have to buy a new rear derailer, what model shall I buy than?

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Old 06-08-08, 01:33 PM   #2
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check with your lbs and see if they have a used rear dérailleur of campagnolo ,you can have and you can change out the spring . your lbs may also have nos of dérailleur than may work for you .
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You are hardcore, man. Usually when the spring is shot, I go for a new derailure.

I suppose a Campy derailure might be a different story, though.
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You don't say which model Campag rear mech this came from. Nigel Scott at www.campyoldy.co.uk stocks most parts even for really old models, have a look at his stock list to see if he has one. The prices are in Sterling (UK Pounds) but he will ship all over the world. Good luck!
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Old 06-08-08, 06:19 PM   #5
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Lickton's (www.lickbike.com) sells small parts for Campy. I found a replacement barrel adjuster for my Veloce RD listed on their site but decided to use a spare downtube barrel when I saw that it was priced at $18!
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