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Old 06-05-11, 09:25 PM   #1
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Not sure...

I have a 123 001.jpg and I was hoping to find shifters to go with it...Do not want to buy something that will not work...Thank you...
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Old 06-05-11, 09:47 PM   #2
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How many gears on your cassette/freewheel? How many speeds up front? What type of handlebars are you using? Do you want index shifting or is friction ok? I have no idea what index shifters would be compatible with that derailer.

Basically, we need a lot more info to offer you any useful advice.
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It 6 speeds and 3 in the front.....
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Old 06-05-11, 11:49 PM   #4
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As I mentioned in another thread, find a garage sale, flea market, or scrap pile bicycle using components from this same brand.

It is not worth spending money to fix this bike. You should be able to get a similar bike in better condition for $10.
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As I mentioned in another thread, find a garage sale, flea market, or scrap pile bicycle using components from this same brand.

It is not worth spending money to fix this bike. You should be able to get a similar bike in better condition for $10.
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I doubt any shifters available aftermarket will actually index with those derailers, unless you get lucky. Find another bike and scrap one of them for parts.
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