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Whats missing in your Dura Ace kit?

Old 06-04-22, 09:50 PM
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Whats missing in your Dura Ace kit?

I was looking at a recent thread on dura ace and i just saw this Apollo for sale on facebook with these.
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You got me. I was about to say ďnothing.Ē
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For years, those were my only Dura-ace parts. Now I have a set of D/T shifters somewhere and a rear hub.
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Unfortunately, all my bikes worthy of Dura Ace have factory brazeons, so I guess nothing also.
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I have some of those on my Moto. They came off a Shogun 600.




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A stockpile of 7700 & 7800 (9 speed & 10 speed) NOS chains.
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I have two NOS sets of Dura-Ave brake cable clips and no place to use them. Got a box full (10 sets) years ago most of which were used, sold or given away.
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Don’t forget this bit!

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I hoarded DA7700 for years, and just put the STIís on a gravel bike with 9-speed Claris, adding insult to injury. After years of C&V, Iím not used to seeing the looks of derision from other riders, but Iím getting used to it.
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Don't forget the Durace cables running through those DA guides!
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The cable guides are nice, but I'm hankering for a 7410 seatpost and matching headset to finish up my DA parts.

Side note for Bamboobike4: do those Claris shifters work with old derailleurs? I see that Shimano has 8 speed Claris sti levers. Will they shift a 6402 rd(or 105 equivalent)?
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The cable guides are nice, but I'm hankering for a 7410 seatpost and matching headset to finish up my DA parts.
Everything is out there, if you're willing to pay the price. I prefer the SP-7400-B aero seatpost for a little more "wow" factor.
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Are you open to selling one set?

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I have two NOS sets of Dura-Ave brake cable clips and no place to use them. Got a box full (10 sets) years ago most of which were used, sold or given away.
I am building up a bike With first generation DA. These would be a good way of tidying up the build.

PM me if you are open to passing a set along. I can pay via Venmo or PayPal.
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Cool! But like others, all my DA bikes have braze-on cable guides.

I've got an almost complete 7410 groupset, lacking only headset. If I wanted to go whole hog, of course, I'd need the stem and seatpost. Oh, and a mid-90s frame to put them on.
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Donít forget the DA 9-speed jersey.
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