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FS-Shimano Dura Ace 7900 11 Speed Group Set-$650

Old 05-18-24, 07:16 PM
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FS-Shimano Dura Ace 7900 10 Speed Group Set-$650

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A very nice complete group set in excellent condition with minimal use and little signs of wear.










50t/34t chainrings and 172.55mm crankset.
rim design front and rear brakes
clamp on style front derailleur
Italian Bottom Bracket threading 36 x 24 70 TD

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Old 05-18-24, 09:27 PM
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Maybe you should count your cassette cogs. 7900 means 10-speed.
Photos and more precise descriptions help.
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Yes,
You are correct. This is a 10 speed 7900 series group set.
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Looks like a braze-on FD. Worth disclosing the size of the clamp, in addition to stating it does not include chain & cassette..
I'd peg mileage at closer to 10,000. Unsure this qualifies it as "minimal use." Bettin' you could improve the luster on the shiny bits.
$650 sounds high to me. Best to exclude any amount from the main title. The mods can fix your thread title, if you request it.
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SOLD !!
I will repost the listing with better pictures as you suggested.
The Front Derailleur is a FD7900 with a clamp design and has a 28.6mm tube diameter version
The group set comes with the original chain.
The group set has slight signs of wear and minimal use with 400 miles on it.
10 speed 50t/34t chainrings

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