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Old 08-22-08, 02:25 PM   #1
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Will Campy Mirage 9 speed crankset work OK with 10 speed..

I know it is not ideal but will a Campy Mirage Triple 9 speed crankset work ok with Campy 10 speed group..

I already have the triple specific FD and Medium Cage RD, so all I need is a triple crankset a friend has a mirage crankset that is a few years old..
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"work ok" is strictly subjective. What works okay for you might be heinous for someone else. All you can do is try it and see.
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It will most likely work just fine, try it and see.
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Yea, pretty sure your chainrings could care less how many gears are in the back. You can experiment and so single speed with that "9 speed crankset".
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