2004 dura ace questions

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  1. Me

    Me Guest

    OK, sure this has been discussed at length but can't find exactly what I want on google...

    When's 2004 dura ace gonna hit the shops?

    Will there be Triple Crank brought out or just the double?

    Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the chains narrower and thus the
    spacing between the rings smaller?

    Estimates for DA crank cost double, triple?

    cheers,
     
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  2. B

    B Guest

    >When's 2004 dura ace gonna hit the shops?

    After the Vegas Bike show next month.

    >Will there be Triple Crank brought out or just the double?

    Just the double for now.

    >Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the chains

    The chains are narrower. You should be able to use your current double. B

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  3. Me-<< When's 2004 dura ace gonna hit the shops? >><BR><BR>

    I'd say shortly after Interbike, perhaps earlier, but i doubt it.

    Me<< Will there be Triple Crank brought out or just the double? >><BR><BR>

    Triple will be 9s, 10s is double only. No double, DA '9s' levers anymore.

    Me<< Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the chains narrower and thus
    the spacing between the rings smaller? >><BR><BR>

    Yes..to get 10s need levers, cogset and chain. Not gonna be cheap.

    << Estimates for DA crank cost double, triple? >><BR><BR>

    No triple-7800 crank complete about $400-

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  4. Jim Beam

    Jim Beam Guest

    already available at:

    http://www.totalcycling.com/Templates/frmTemplateX.asp?SubFolderID=28&SearchYN=N

    jb

    Me wrote:
    > OK, sure this has been discussed at length but can't find exactly what I want on google...
    >
    > When's 2004 dura ace gonna hit the shops?
    >
    > Will there be Triple Crank brought out or just the double?
    >
    >
    > Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the chains narrower and thus the
    > spacing between the rings smaller?
    >
    >
    > Estimates for DA crank cost double, triple?
    >
    > cheers,
    >
     
  5. Jon

    Jon Guest

    Don't believe everything you read.

    Jon

    "jim beam" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > already available at:
    >
    >
    http://www.totalcycling.com/Templates/frmTemplateX.asp?SubFolderID=28&SearchYN=N
    >
    > jb
    >
    >
    > Me wrote:
    > > OK, sure this has been discussed at length but can't find exactly what I want on google...
    > >
    > > When's 2004 dura ace gonna hit the shops?
    > >
    > > Will there be Triple Crank brought out or just the double?
    > >
    > >
    > > Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the
    chains
    > > narrower and thus the spacing between the rings smaller?
    > >
    > >
    > > Estimates for DA crank cost double, triple?
    > >
    > > cheers,
    > >
    > >
     
  6. Eric Lambi

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    > Triple will be 9s, 10s is double only. No double, DA '9s' levers anymore.

    What is one supposed to do if they crash on thei 9sp DuraAce STI levers and break them? Settle for
    ultegra or be forced to buy a new derailleur and 3-4 new cogsets? This doesn't sound good.

    Maybe I should get an extra set of STI levers now . . . mine are already pretty scratched up.
     
  7. Mark Wolfe

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    I think that'd be the time to go campy. At least that's what I'll do if I can't replace my current
    DA 9 levers.

    Eric Lambi wrote:

    >> Triple will be 9s, 10s is double only. No double, DA '9s' levers anymore.
    >
    > What is one supposed to do if they crash on thei 9sp DuraAce STI levers and break them? Settle for
    > ultegra or be forced to buy a new derailleur and 3-4 new cogsets? This doesn't sound good.
    >
    > Maybe I should get an extra set of STI levers now . . . mine are already pretty scratched up.

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  8. on 03.09.19 2:25, B asserted:

    >> Can I use my 2003 double crank with the 10spd rear setup or are the chains
    >
    > The chains are narrower. You should be able to use your current double. B

    If I only want the cranks/bb, is the BCD the same so I can keep my current chainrings/chains and
    keep the 9 in the back?

    Seng
     
  9. DiabloScott

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    From Shimano's site, if you switch cranks you also should switch chains and front derailleurs.

    http://tinyurl.com/oeag

    6. Will the new cranks (FC-7800) work with my current 9-speed set up? The new cranks are designed to be used with the new front derailleur (FD-7800) and chain (CN-7800). The pickup pins and ramps of the new crank will work best with these new parts.
     
  10. nosauce2hot

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    The new Dura Ace is now available!!! E-mail me if you are interested. [email protected]. I will sell the complete groupo for $1250.00 no hubs. The 10speed will be compatable with the old 9speed hubs. Let me know who is interested.

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
  11. In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...

    >The new Dura Ace is now available!!! E-mail me if you are interested. [email protected] I will
    >sell the complete groupo for $1250.00 no hubs. The 10speed will be compatable with the old 9speed
    >hubs. Let me know who is interested.

    I like complete groupo, no hubs. Without hubs, it ain't complete.
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    Alex
     
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