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What do you use to shift?

Old 04-10-04, 06:54 PM
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What do you use to shift?

Hey there just putting out a poll on what folks use to shift on their cross rigs.

btw if anyone has a kelly take off for the rear derailleur, ill buy it!

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campy centaur ergopower integrated levers. i've raced 'em two seasons without any problems.
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ultegra barcon on the right bar end for the rear deraillure. Single ring up front. I was using a downtube shifter but it was way to scary in some situations.
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