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Old 11-30-22, 01:23 PM
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ST-R8170-R part and/or diagrams

I am looking for a parts diagram, parts listing, resource for the ST-R8170-R shifter. I managed to catch the button lever on something and snapped it off. I was able to glue the lever back in place but the spring(s) behind it are lost forever. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-30-22, 01:36 PM
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You can't get those parts separately. Here is the Shimano EV (exploded view) and part numbers:

Shimano EV ST-R8170
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Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
You can't get those parts separately. Here is the Shimano EV (exploded view) and part numbers:

Shimano EV ST-R8170
What a tease. You can find the actual part number but you can't buy it
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Originally Posted by alcjphil View Post
What a tease. You can find the actual part number but you can't buy it
For the spring the OP was looking for? Or a new shifter paddle?
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I have purchased a new one via dedhed's link he supplied. Very expensive and careless move on my part.
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Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
For the spring the OP was looking for? Or a new shifter paddle?
It was your post that said that individual parts were not available
Was I wrong about that?
This is what you said:

"You can't get those parts separately. Here is the Shimano EV (exploded view) and part numbers:"
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Originally Posted by alcjphil View Post
It was your post that said that individual parts were not available
Was I wrong about that?
This is what you said:

"You can't get those parts separately. Here is the Shimano EV (exploded view) and part numbers:"
Only the very limited numbered parts in the diagram are "available". And by shimano "available", they mean good luck finding it even though we list a part number.
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How am I a tease? There are no part numbers for what the OP is looking for. I provided the link to the EV so he could see that for himself.
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