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Old 08-06-09, 06:54 AM   #1
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Moving indexed down-tube shifters

I have a Schwinn Traveler frame with Shimano Exage down-tube indexed shift levers. Would like to move the derailleurs, cranks and shift levers to an early 80s Peugeot that had the usual friction system with clamp-on hardware. My question: Can I move the shift levers to the Peugeot? How do I remove the lever bases from the Traveler and install on the Peugeot? Hopefully sawing and brazing is not involved.
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