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FS: Gorgeous Dura Ace 7400 7s Groupset

Old 06-07-18, 11:43 AM
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FS: Gorgeous Dura Ace 7400 7s Groupset

Still on the fence about this one since it is one of my favorite groups all-time and in near immaculate condition. However, my lugged steel stable is at capacity at the moment, and I am trying to avoid buying another frameset that would be worthy of it. My loss is your gain!

The group appears to have VERY few miles. The donor bike was in nearly unused condition and the group barely had grease on it prior to clean up. Less complete groups seem to be going on eBay for around $400, so considering how much is included, and the condition, I am asking $350 shipped CONUS for the following:

Sl-7401 - 7s Friction/SIS downtube shifters, clean and flawless
RD-7401 - 7-8s RD, also clean and flawless
FD-7400 - Clamp-on for 28.6mm seat tube, no marks to speak of
FC-7400 - Very minor, symmetrical heel rub to both arms near the 'e' in Ace, otherwise in terrific shape. 53/42 arms show almost no wear, and original dust caps are included
BB-7400 - Caged bearings, seals in great condition. Pretty much flawless
HS-7400 - Complete 1" threaded headset with caged bearings and 27mm crown race. Some fading to the logo, but otherwise clean and free of pits etc
BR-7400 - Single pivot brake calipers in perfect shape, 100% complete with original pads and holders
BL-7401 - Aero levers in great shape, no scuffs to the levers and original hoods in good shape
PD-7400 - Toe clip pedals, spin well, could maybe use fresh grease if you plan on riding them heavily. Original Shimano cages and near perfect shape



Optional items I can include:
FH-7403 - Uniglide/hyperglide rear hub. Good shape overall, bearings and freehub spin nicely and spoke holes are a-ok +$40
Assorted Dura AceUniglide cogs - 21,19x2,17,16,15,14,13x2 all in good shape +$25

Please see the album here for tons of detail pics: https://photos.app.goo.gl/21GqfnwF2Dvo4plw2
(I apologize in advance for the graininess in some pics, my phone seems to be having a tough time focusing these days...)

Feel free to respond below or PM me with any further questions etc. Thanks for looking!

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Old 06-07-18, 12:39 PM
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Nice group. What length are the arms, and it looks like the BB is English?
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Whoops, sorry about that. 172.5mm arms and english BB!

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Hmmm... that would look good on my '86 Merckx...

On the other hand, it's already sporting full C-Record.

On the other-other hand, it's sporting full C-Record.
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Sold!

8s Shift kit still available here though: https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage-sales/1145968-8-speed-dura-ace-sti-shifters-f-r-derailleurs-casette.html
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