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Originally Posted by ckc 189 View Post

The bike has a bunch of mismatched things but I will do my best to list everything
Shift Levers - Dura Ace
Front and Rear Derailleurs - Ultegra 6700
Brakes - Dura Ace Rim Brakes
Rear Cassette - 10 speed Ultegra 12-30 (6700 if I had to guess but not positive)
Crank Rings - 50/34 Sram powerglide
Crank Arms - 175 mm Bontrager carbon fiber

I have never done this before, so any other advice would be appreciated!
Sometimes it is a good idea to go back to the original question. I had a look through this parts list and I have a question: Which version of Dura Ace shift levers? The 7800 exposed cable levers are one of the best versions Shimano ever made. The 7900 with shift cables under the bar tape are not as well regarded. My grandfather was an auto mechanic, very old school. He had trained at the Morris Garages(MG) works. He ran a shop with about 30 employees, including several master mechanics. One of his pet beefs was "stockroom mechanics" who would simply replace parts until the problem was cured
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