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Campagnolo Veloce 10 speed Ergo levers NIB

Old 11-06-21, 04:10 PM
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Campagnolo Veloce 10 speed Ergo levers NIB

I bought these to try a Shimergo setup but ultimately decided to stick with my DT shifters.
Complete package, cable bag never opened, levers never mounted.
$115 shipped.



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Old 11-10-21, 02:45 AM
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Well, darn, should have gotten up earlier. In line, in case.
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Old 11-11-21, 07:38 AM
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[QUOTE=delbiker1;22302312]Well, darn, should have gotten up earlier. In line, in case.[/QUOTE @delbiker, I will keep you posted. Nothing final yet.
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Those are my go-to for 8/10 Shimergo setups. Plug and play! Glwts!
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Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
Those are my go-to for 8/10 Shimergo setups. Plug and play! Glwts!
Yeah, I think maybe I will just keep them and satisfy my curiosity with that setup. The deals have fallen through so perhaps that’s a sign/excuse.
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My preference for 10 or 11 spd Ergo levers is to pair with SRAM RD for what I was running on gravel before it was a thing. If I still had a good clutched derailleur, I'd have bought these.
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Old 11-12-21, 07:26 PM
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Yeah, I was kinda tempted too, but after Googling around I couldn't figure out whether it would be compatible with my existing Dura Ace 10-speed RD and cassette. For now I only have DA bar-end shifters, since those components came off a TT/tri-bike.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Yeah, I was kinda tempted too, but after Googling around I couldn't figure out whether it would be compatible with my existing Dura Ace 10-speed RD and cassette. For now I only have DA bar-end shifters, since those components came off a TT/tri-bike.
Campy 10 speed apparently pairs almost exactly with Shimano 8 speed spacing, so I would guess “no” to your 10 speed DA. But I am far from the local expert.
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Originally Posted by due ruote View Post
Campy 10 speed apparently pairs almost exactly with Shimano 8 speed spacing, so I would guess “no” to your 10 speed DA. But I am far from the local expert.
Ah, I already have Dura Ace 8-speed derailleurs, brifters and cassettes.
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Sounds like you might be keeping them- but DM’ing you
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FYI, to determine compatibility start with sprocket spacing, Sheldon Browns page is a good start.
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