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Old 04-04-13, 08:56 AM   #1
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Top pull front derailler for campy 10 speed

Moving my campy 10 speed over to a cross bike. The campy front derailleur is wrong clamp size and bottom pull. The cross bike laready has a sram force top pull front derailleur. Will that work? Any better options?

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Old 04-04-13, 05:17 PM   #2
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Will that work?
What, with Ergos? Worth a shot.

Since you apparently have the parts already, give it a try.
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What, with Ergos? Worth a shot.
Yeah but the Ergos will have to have "microshifting" capability. Not all of them do.
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Otherwise get a clamp on cable pulley for the seattube from problem solvers.
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Going to give it a try.
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