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Old 08-30-19, 08:59 AM
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Is there a U.S. source for individual Campy 10 speed cassette sprockets

I am looking to change just the 13T high gear sprocket on my Campagnolo Record 10spd cassette. I just replaced the chain and all gears work great except the 13T (sometimes skips).

The part number of the 13T sprocket I need is 10S-023 and the same sprocket is used on Veloce, Centaur, Record, etc.

The group was produced from around 2000 to 2008.

I have found it on some U.S. sites but every one of them is out of stock.

Is it gone forever???

Entire brand new Veloce 10 speed cassettes in the size I need (13-29) are available new for about $50. Is this my only choice to get a new 13T 10 speed sprocket?
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Skipping on the small cog might not be a cog wear issue. did you change the length of the chain ?

that said, try ebay. sometimes cogs are offered open stock. market price and buyer beware

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I advise just springing for a new cassette. But as to the question of a U.S. Campy parts dealer, Branford Bike comes to my mind as a very authoritative source for most things Campy. I haven't talked to them in several years, but last time I did, they helped me with some obscure Campy issue we were having at the shop. Very nice folks.

www.branfordbike.com
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I advise just springing for a new cassette. But as to the question of a U.S. Campy parts dealer, Branford Bike comes to my mind as a very authoritative source for most things Campy. I haven't talked to them in several years, but last time I did, they helped me with some obscure Campy issue we were having at the shop. Very nice folks.

www.branfordbike.com
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Maybe I will spring for the new Veloce cassette and take the 26T/29T and 21T/23T titanium preassembled sprockets from my Record cassette (that are working fine with the new chain) and use them with the 6 new Veloce steel sprockets.
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Originally Posted by love2pedal.com View Post
I have found it on some U.S. sites but every one of them is out of stock.
Is it gone forever???
Have you tried your local bike shop? Sometimes they can order parts for you that don't show up in online sites.
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Might want to call or email Bike Recyclery.

HIGH END Used & Vintage Bike Shop! We stock Campagnolo XTR TA Suntour Parts NIB NOS


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Originally Posted by Crankycrank View Post
Have you tried your local bike shop? Sometimes they can order parts for you that don't show up in online sites.
I have two shops near me and one pissed me off and I won't go back and the other shop knows their stuff and are nice but didn't do a good job on a previous special order (they never notified me when it came in).

I found a 13T on the internet finally and will order it there for about $21
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Two I have used

Modern Bike (modernbike.com) and Universal Cycles (universalcycles.com). I have sourced cogs from both.
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Modern Bike (modernbike.com) and Universal Cycles (universalcycles.com). I have sourced cogs from both.

Both those places show the sprocket on their site but both places are out of stock.
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They didn't have it, but I really liked their search function on their site
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Originally Posted by love2pedal.com View Post
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Maybe I will spring for the new Veloce cassette and take the 26T/29T and 21T/23T titanium preassembled sprockets from my Record cassette (that are working fine with the new chain) and use them with the 6 new Veloce steel sprockets.
This. Cost is less than $50 delivered to your door to replace all of the high-wear cogs with cheap steel Veloce. You reuse your bling lightweight titanium cogs.

Mail-ordering this from the UK will take less time than listening to the pitch from your local shop that a budget Sunrace cassette is a completely fine replacement. And avoid the hassle of trying to recover your old "worn out" Record Titanium unit that they "threw away". Translation: the mechanics have it listed on Fleabay for personal beer money.
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I probably have a used one somewhere off of a 13-26. I don't remember if I kept it. I always just replace the whole thing with Veloce or Centaur. Chorus and Record got too expensive.
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All is well.

Bought a new $45 Veloce 10 speed cassette
Took off the 4 high gear sprockets (exactly the same as the ones on my Record cassette. Visually the same. Same part numbers)
Removed the 4 used high gear sprockets (13, 14, 15, 17) from my Record cassette leaving the light titanium lower gear sprockets on.
Bike shifts like new (new chain was also installed)

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