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Shimano v Sunrace

Old 08-05-06, 11:46 AM
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Shimano v Sunrace

It its time for me to replace my shimano 600 derailleur, and I have an opportunity to pick up a sunrace version for cheap. Anyone used these? Any suggestions, other than ditching the whole driveline?

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Hmmmmmmmmmm, Sunrace? I believe I would stick with Shimano!
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