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1992 8 Speed Dura Ace 7402 Group

Old 02-20-09, 12:04 PM
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1992 8 Speed Dura Ace 7402 Group

Just curious -

How much would you say a full 8 Speed Dura Ace 7402 group would be worth in mint/near mint condition?
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Old 02-20-09, 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Prudy View Post
Just curious -

How much would you say a full 8 Speed Dura Ace 7402 group would be worth in mint/near mint condition?
Conventional wisdom is that you'd do better selling it piece by piece. Here's a recent thread with some attempts at valuation: http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=502494

Of course, brifters are where the real action is.

By the way, does your RB-1 frame have the biplane fork crown?
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Old 02-20-09, 04:03 PM
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Hi -

Thanks for the response and link -

Which is the biplane fork crown? I don't know much about the fork on my RB-1, but it does have a sticker or two that says EXTREME Ishiwata CRMO

Any identifying attributes I should look for?

****edited**** I don't have the model with the fork crown - mine is more classic looking like the old Italian racers...

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Old 02-27-09, 08:07 PM
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I didn't buy an STI group in above avg condition for $300. If I had to do it over, I would have.
I'd say $200-$250 if immaculate and cables included, down tube shifters.
Add $100 for STI's.

I assembled the same group individually:
STI's: $106 but included a bar/stem combo (Bike Wagon)
crank set: $41
FD braze-on: $24
RD: $44
Levers: $34
Never did get the calipers, still looking but won't pay $50.

If you're thinking of selling that group, we can talk.
I have the OEM 600 group for that thing....
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Clean 7400-7402 brake levers are going for $70+ on Ebay these days. I've got an NOS pair and I've been following the prices for a while now.
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