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Old 09-04-10, 02:08 PM   #1
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27 tooth cog on casette combatible to campagnolo

I know that Campagnolo has come out with an 11 speed cassette with a 27 tooth cog. Is there a cassette that is campagnolo compatible with a 27 tooth cog?
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Don't understand the question, the first part seems to answer the second.
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Old 09-04-10, 09:12 PM   #3
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After scratching my head for a sec, I figure he's asking if there's a cheaper 11spd 11-27 cassette than Campy's.

I'd say just grab the individual cogs necessary to make your cassette that range, but these days the nicer gear uses sprocket spiders... maybe you can just get hold of the lower gears if that's the case.

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Or he was asking if there is a 10-speed Campy compatible cassette with the same range
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I think the "question" is attempting to dig deeper into the psyche than the typical BF mechanics question, and it's not really a question at all. I submit that there is no right answer nor is there a wrong answer to this one. Each individual must answer it in their own way. In some ways, like FBinNY said, it's a question that has already answered itself.

Or, it's as Kimmo or Hillrider said. Or something else. I could see this going several pages. Or not.
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It's one of those "eye of the beholder" things. We could all try to interpret the OPs intent, and in the process reveal subtle clues about our own psyches.

Or we could wait and see it the OP would clarify his question.
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I see 3 possibilities, there may be more:

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I know that Campagnolo has come out with an 11 speed cassette with a 27 tooth cog. Is there a cheaper cassette that is campagnolo compatible with a 27 tooth cog?

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I know that Campagnolo has come out with an 11 speed cassette with a 27 tooth cog. Is there a 10-speed cassette that is campagnolo compatible with a 27 tooth cog?
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I know that Campagnolo has come out with an 11 speed cassette with a 27 tooth cog. Is there a cassette that is Shimano compatible with a 27 tooth cog?

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It's one of those "eye of the beholder" things. We could all try to interpret the OPs intent, and in the process reveal subtle clues about our own psyches.
Usually, the bicycle mechanics forum is not this philosophical.
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10 cog cassettes offered a 29 tooth.....
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Or we could wait and see it the OP would clarify his question.
I've often wondered about postings where the OP asks an indecipherable question, we debate what he/she REALLY wanted to know and the OP never returns to clarify.

This particular one wasn't even contentious enough to be classified as a troll.
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the question is there a 10 speed campagnolo compatible cassette with a 27 tooth cog?
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Miche makes a 10 speed Campy-compatible 12-27 available here:
http://www.evanscycles.com/products/...=UNITED STATES
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the question is there a 10 speed campagnolo compatible cassette with a 27 tooth cog?
Heres option 1: http://jensonusa.com/store/product/C...+Cassette.aspx
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Edit.... I was being unhelpful.
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