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Old 10-28-10, 10:28 AM   #1
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What model ultegra group?

What model ultegra group is this?

http://www.specialized.com/zz/en/bc/...Id=0&gold_ses=

That is the bike and group I have. The specs do not list the model # of the Ultegra group. I need to order a replacement name plate for the shifter and want to make sure I get one that fits. I cracked a piece of the current name plate by leaning it up against a wall and the jagged edge scratches my hand. Any suggestions on who stocks this part?

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Old 10-28-10, 10:56 AM   #2
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Probably ST-6510 shifters. Roll the lever hood forward to check the molded lever body underneath; the model # should be visible on the outside of each lever body. JensonUSA might have these in stock.
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If Jenson doesn't have them I beleive Niagara Cycle Works stocks them.
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Probably ST-6510 shifters. Roll the lever hood forward to check the molded lever body underneath; the model # should be visible on the outside of each lever body. JensonUSA might have these in stock.

Thanks.

I was thinking the 6510 looked like the same shape but the different color threw me off. Unfortunately may lever bodies are taped so I can't check the #
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