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FS: Dura Ace 74xx-7800 Parts: 7700 shift kit, 7410 Crank, Brakes, Hubs, Cassette etc.

Old 08-23-18, 09:17 AM
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FS: Dura Ace 74xx-7800 Parts: 7700 shift kit, 7410 Crank, Brakes, Hubs, Cassette etc.

Clearing out some of my Dura Ace stash. All price include CONUS shipping, see the album HERE for detail pics

Dura Ace BL-7400 Non-Aero Levers - Some light scuffing, but good shape otherwise. Missing hoods. $27 shipped SOLD


Dura Ace 7400 Cassette and Lockring - Low mileage and very clean. Complete with lockring. $32 shipped

Dura Ace BR-7403 Dual Pivot Brakeset - First generation of the dual pivot calipers with the engraved DA logo. Beautiful shape, complete with all hardware and original pad holders. $60 shipped SOLD

Dura Ace 7403 Rear Hubs - Both 32h and in similar good, used condition. Bodies show minimal wear and spoke holes just have some light marks. The top hub pictured could use a freehub cleaning, as it spins well, but quietly. The bottom hub purrs nicely. Asking $30 and $40 shipped respectively Both SOLD

Dura Ace FD-7401 - Braze-on in very good shape with minimal signs of use. Includes the mounting bolt and washer, just not pictured. $22 shipped

Dura Ace 7410 Crankset and Sealed Cartridge BB - The most beautiful crank ever made IMHO. 175mm arms with 53/42 rings. Arms, rings and BB could pretty much pass for new, very hard to find these in such good condition. Complete with original dust caps. $100 shipped - Pending

Dura Ace 7700 Shift Kit - 2x10 770 STIs in beautiful shape, hardly any signs of use to speak of and shift beautifully. Braze-on FD in VGC and RD-7700 with some very minor scuffing, but great shape otherwise. $180 shipped - Pending

Dura Ace RD-7800 - Minor scuffing, but very good condition otherwise. $50 shipped

Dura Ace BR-7800 Dual Pivot Brakeset - Some of my favorite brakes made, stiff, great modulation and nice to look at.. Beautiful shape with all hardware. $75 shipped


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Old 08-23-18, 06:32 PM
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Checking my stash to see what I need to complete a group for pending Waterford Paramount build. I’ve never seen these 7410 cranks but I like them. They look more like 7700 than 7400. Very cool.

I think the 7700 brifters are 9 speed, no?
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PM sent on nicer 7403 rear hub
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PM sent for remaining rear hub and FD (7401).
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Originally Posted by plonz View Post
Checking my stash to see what I need to complete a group for pending Waterford Paramount build. Iíve never seen these 7410 cranks but I like them. They look more like 7700 than 7400. Very cool.

I think the 7700 brifters are 9 speed, no?
Sorry, I probably should have specified, but yes, 7700 is 9 speed. It may very well be my favorite shift kit of all time, super smooth and crisp, and the prettiest Shimano ever made to my eye. I have the 7700 kit with a 7410 crank on two of my four bikes currently so you can see where my loyalties lie.
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Is that a cassette? It looks to me like a freewheel. If it's a cassette, how many teeth are on each of the cogs?
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Is that RD in the lower right corner the RD-7800? Is it the "long cage" version? If so, I'm interested.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Is that RD in the lower right corner the RD-7800? Is it the "long cage" version? If so, I'm interested.
Me too now that you mention it, 2nd dibs plz.
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Iíll take the BR-7403 brake calipers, assuming the marks I see in the detailed pictures are not into the metal. PM on the way.
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What is the status of all this?
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What is the status of all this?
Just updated with sold items
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Originally Posted by Brewsmith View Post
Sorry, I probably should have specified, but yes, 7700 is 9 speed. It may very well be my favorite shift kit of all time, super smooth and crisp, and the prettiest Shimano ever made to my eye. I have the 7700 kit with a 7410 crank on two of my four bikes currently so you can see where my loyalties lie.
That is EXACTLY my favorite setup. Best gear, prettiest Shimano cranks ever.
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STATUS of that 7410 crankset? I'd like to get in line if it falls through.
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