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WTB old (1.4 pull) Campagnolo rear mech

Old 04-29-22, 12:32 PM
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WTB old (1.4 pull) Campagnolo rear mech

Have a set of Mirage 8s brake-and-shifter thingys to play with, net says I'll need a pre-2000 rear mech.

What's out there, I don't particularly care (or know if I should) about which model, would like a longer cage if there is/was one.
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oneclick Four of my bikes are set up with Campagnolo 8-speed Ergos. A give away for the old (1.4 pull) Campagnolo rear derailleurs is the presence of a B-screw near the attachment/anchor bolt. The new (1.5 pull) rear units have B-tension screw at the upper jockey wheel/pulley. Rear derailleurs marked as 9-speed can be new or old style. For example, I have a long cage derailleur marked 9-speed with a B-screw at the attachment bolt......it works perfectly with the 8-speed Ergo shifters. 'Hope this helps.

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Well I learn something nearly every day! Good to know the pull difference.
I ran a DA 8 speed with Wheel Mfg spacers and a 9 speed Chorus RD. Worked as expected, perfect.
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*bump* - still looking...
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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
*bump* - still looking...
https://www.ebay.com/itm/12530430933...YAAOSwPbZieFCG

This is a decent deal for one with an offer option... Medium cage, perfect shape and these are rock-solid.
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I have a Racing T rear derailleur (have the front and a triple crank too). I believe that's what you're looking for.

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I have a Veloce RD, can let that go for a lot less than $79, but I think this is a "short cage" unit and outer cage plate is alloy, but inner is steel. I think about same vintage as the "Racing T" above as the "B-screw" is on the mounting bolt.
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I have a Racing T rear derailleur (have the front and a triple crank too). I believe that's what you're looking for.
Yeah, that's the one. The script logo is a good clue, but the B screw next to the hanger bolt is definitive.
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