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Some models of the 7402 rear derailleur are Dura-Ace 8 speed (marked "Integrated 8 SIS"), not 7 speed. I'm running a DA 8 speed system. And I already realise that it is not normally compatible with other Shimano 8 or 9 speed. However, as I have stated in my blog, I've successfully converted the 7402 rear D to now be compatible using a cable pull angle adapter. It is also old news that Campy 10 pulls almost the same amount of cable as 'regular' Shimano 8 (no Shiftmate required). Like my original posting says, I'm asking for feedback from people who have set up Campy 10 brifters with Shimano 8 derailleurs and cogset. Sorry for any misconception.
Last edited by retroroadie; 02-22-09 at 01:38 AM.