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Old 04-04-22, 11:10 AM
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Shimano Brifters

These came off of a 27 drive train. The left is marked as a triple. Worked through all the gears fine when I removed them. Asking $75 shipped in the US of A



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If the left is marked as a triple, would they work on a mountain bike set up with a standard 3X7 group set? I'm thinking for a drop bar conversion but then keeping the original group set on the mtn. bike
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If the left is marked as a triple, would they work on a mountain bike set up with a standard 3X7 group set? I'm thinking for a drop bar conversion but then keeping the original group set on the mtn. bike

These were an upgrade for an Ironman that I picked up recently. It included the original shifters and levers, so I put those back on. These brifters are not very well marked on the back of the levers, so not sure of model/series or compatibility issues.
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Originally Posted by gthomson View Post
If the left is marked as a triple, would they work on a mountain bike set up with a standard 3X7 group set? I'm thinking for a drop bar conversion but then keeping the original group set on the mtn. bike
They should.
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Those might be Tourney?
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