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Campagnolo shifters & Shimano mech easy, cheap solution

Old 03-11-19, 03:22 AM
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Is the shifting smooth and consistent with the sram derailler?

Why don't I see people use the setup with the old campagnolo 8/9s derailers that also gives a fully working 9/10s drivetrains? Is it because they are not as readily available anymore or...?
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Old 03-21-19, 07:27 AM
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not as smooth as an ultegra 6600, but no over shifting like this


pro
no extra spacer
triple compatible
12-36 cassette compatible
sram rear MTB derailleur type 1 is cheap, I've paid mine 25 $, brand new, old stock.

cons
downshifting more brutal than standard SHIMERGO except you get a 12/30 cassette


the key is special cable housing from Bottom braquet to sram RD.
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