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Old 09-14-09, 01:19 PM   #1
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Where to buy specific cogs for DA cassette?

I am looking to replace the 21-23-25 triple Ti cogs. I put together an 11-25 cassette using a DA 11-23 by dropping the 14 and using my 21-23-25 from my Ultegra which has 5,000+ miles on it. I want to have the new setup for all 9 gears. Does anyone know where online I can order those upper 3 cogs from? I don't want to just buy a 12-25 cassette.

For those wondering why I did this, I plan on eventually using the 11-23, but for now still need the 25 for some hills. I also wanted the 11 for those times that I want just a bit more than the 12. :-)

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I think I have several extra Dura-Ace/Ultegra cogs you can buy for a reasonable price. I just need to make sure I have what you want.

edit: Just looked through what I have and I don't have any 21-23-25 clusters; sorry. Let me know if you need any 19-21-23 clusters though, I've got several of those.



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Thanks for checking. Why do you have so many cassette parts? Do you know anyone else like you who happens to have that many parts laying around? :-)
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You can try a place called Loose Screws online,he may have them.
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QBP lists some cogs. Try your LBS. There may be an online version of the QBP catalog, but you can't order from them.
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Thanks for checking. Why do you have so many cassette parts? Do you know anyone else like you who happens to have that many parts laying around? :-)
There was a random box full of cassette parts that the head mechanic at the shop didn't know what to do with, so he just gave em to me.
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