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Old 02-22-10, 12:30 PM   #1
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Source for old (1999-2000) campy shifter parts?

G-springs seem easy enough to find but I'm looking for the index gear that can convert 1999-2000 nine-speed shifters to 8 speed. I know such a beast existed but I haven't found anyone that still carries it.

I suppose I could just convert the bike to 9 speed but I have two wheelsets and I'd rather stick with 5/6/7/8 speed chains since this is my winter bike and they're pretty cheap.

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Try Ochsner's, they have quite the selection of old stock campy stuff.

http://www.ochsnerusa-store.com

Branford Bike maybe another source:

http://branfordbike.com/articles/cam...-2007-pg71.htm

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Check with your local shop and see if they can order from Euro-Asia Imports.
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Try Ochsner's, they have quite the selection of old stock campy stuff.

http://www.ochsnerusa-store.com


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