shimano-campagnolo compatible?

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  1. tottitotti

    tottitotti New Member

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    Will the following option work, as I am thinking of go from Dura Ace to Record

    Dura Ace 9 speed crankset
    Dura Ace 9 speed front and rear shifters

    Record 10 speed ergolevers
    Record 10 speed chain and cassette
     
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  2. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    You left something out. Assuming you meant DA 9 speed front and rear derailers, the answer is no.You need a campy RD.
     
  3. big_h

    big_h New Member

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    Why mix great Shimano quality with something and undependable and tempramental as Campagnolo!!!!!!
     
  4. IanD

    IanD New Member

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    This will not work. Shimano front/rear derailleurs are designed for indexed shifting. What will work is the following:

    Record 10 ergolevers, Record 10 front/rear derailleur, Shimano 9spd cassette (ultegra) and Shimano 9spd chain (ultegra) <- My current setup. Match the chain to the cassette.
     
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    boudreaux New Member

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    That is also nonsense.Campy rear is index. A shimano FD will work with a campy front shifter.
     
  6. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    Well, you certainly don't have to have the campy FD. Campy front shifter will work with most any FD.
     
  7. Dave539

    Dave539 New Member

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    The Jtek shftmate will solve all the compatibility issues


    It's a godsend

    It worked great for my camp ergos shifters up front with a shimano drivetrain

    Go to http://www.jtekengineering.com
     
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