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Old 03-02-23, 06:22 PM
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Free to a good home: 8sp guts

Hi guys, figured there might be some interest here if someone can use this stuff, I'm happy to pass it along. Just gutted some 8sp levers and here are the internals. I make no guarantee of functionality, but they felt like they were shifting firmly and crisply in hand. What you see is what's on offer. If the price seems steep, let me know.

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Originally Posted by AngryScientist
Hi guys, figured there might be some interest here if someone can use this stuff, I'm happy to pass it along. Just gutted some 8sp levers and here are the internals. I make no guarantee of functionality, but they felt like they were shifting firmly and crisply in hand. What you see is what's on offer. If the price seems steep, let me know.
Dibs plz.
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Dibs plz.
Cool. They are yours. I'm off for the night but I'll PM you in the morning to get your address.
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Better you than me, @merziac - they were priced waaaaaay beyond my budget

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
Better you than me, @merziac - they were priced waaaaaay beyond my budget

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Those parts are too small for me to fiddle with...I might ed up with a 1/2 speed brifter
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For the education of the uninformed, from what are these the 8sp guts?
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Must be 1st gen Ergo
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Originally Posted by SJX426

Must be 1st gen Ergo.
I agree, they look exactly like the stuff hanging out inside the alloy bodies of my first gen Ergos.

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