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Originally Posted by FastJake View Post
If you're willing to go back to 8-speed (will require an 8-speed cassette and chain) get yourself a pair of 10 speed Campy Ergo brifters. They shift a Shimano 8S drivetrain perfectly and the many clicks in the left shifter should work fine with the triple front. I have yet to find a front derailer/crank combo they don't work with.
I'll take Jake's idea one step further. Not exactly common knowledge, but Sachs made New Success brifters that look almost identical to Campy Ergo except for the branding. They were made to shift Shimano 8. Typically much cheaper than Ergos. I have a pair and can attest to their function. I believe you could even get a replacement disk to change from Shimano 8 to Campy 8 if you were so inclined.

Edit: Found a pic of mine before I threw them on a bike.

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