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Old 05-15-16, 09:46 PM
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WTB: Shimano 9 or 10 speed group w/ brifters

Non-vintage request for a vintage application:

Helping a buddy retro mod a 1985 Raleigh Racing USA Prestige. Looking for 9/10 speed 105, Ultegra or Dura Ace in silver.

At minimum need derailleurs, crankset, brakes and brifters.
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I have some 10 speed 105 (5700) stuff.

STI levers
50/34 175 crankset with BB
rear der.
11-28 cassette
newer Ultegra brakes

Might be able to find a chain and FD.

If interested I can get photos and price.
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I have a 105 5500 era group. The only issue is that the right shifter is a tiagra shifter. Attached you will find pics. It includes cranks, brakes, FD, RD, BB, Cassette and a chain that still has life left in it.




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I have a dura ace 7700 set, although the RD is technically a 7800. And assuming you need an english BB, the is a 6500.

The pictures are mixed together in here with some other stuff:

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...I0ZTdGQmVXM0FB
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@Gartenmeister and @Geo_08

Thank you for the responses. As my friend cleans up the frame, he has become more determined to go with Dura Ace. He knows it makes no financial sense but he'll ride this bike fast and hard and wants to go with the best. Thanks again!
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Originally Posted by sjpitts View Post
I have a dura ace 7700 set, although the RD is technically a 7800. And assuming you need an english BB, the is a 6500.

The pictures are mixed together in here with some other stuff:

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...I0ZTdGQmVXM0FB
I know he'd prefer 10 speeds but this might be a possibility. What's the story on the crank arms? Are they Dura Ace 7700 as well?

I'll check with my buddy and will PM you if he's interested. Thank you!
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Originally Posted by plonz View Post
I know he'd prefer 10 speeds but this might be a possibility. What's the story on the crank arms? Are they Dura Ace 7700 as well?

I'll check with my buddy and will PM you if he's interested. Thank you!
They are DA-7700. Those numbers are on the back of the crank arms.

I don't know the story about the Shimano Stickers on the crank arms. I don't know that I have every seen another one with those stickers.

One more thing, there is an 7700 cassette in that group. And I think the cables and chain as well.

Jared
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