SRAM SRT-300's available in Germany

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Tg, May 15, 2003.

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  1. Tg

    Tg Guest

    I apologize to folks for posting the following quasi-spam...

    But I spent the last three days hunting for replacement SRAM SRT-300 grip shifters (why? Because the
    rubber on my old shifters' grips totally disintegrated, and was making my rides miserable...finally
    shredded completely two days ago).

    Anyway, here...

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3608689110&category= 9201

    He's in Germany, and seems to auction off all kinds of bike-related stuff, notably a lot of SRAM
    shifters, for cheap (like $10/pair!). When asked, he said he was willing to ship to America, for
    only 4.5 more Euros (about $5 add'l).

    Also, if you don't speak German, it's easy to translate through altavista.com's translation section.

    I like my SRT-300's just fine (circa 1994), and from what another poster posted, it sounds as though
    the MRX's might not all be up to snuff. But they are the recommended "affordable" alternative.

    - Tim
     
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  2. Amerigo

    Amerigo Guest

    "TG" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
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    > I apologize to folks for posting the following quasi-spam...
    >
    > But I spent the last three days hunting for replacement SRAM SRT-300 grip shifters (why? Because
    > the rubber on my old shifters' grips totally disintegrated, and was making my rides
    > miserable...finally shredded completely two days ago).

    sram components are made of plastic, they are pure shit
     
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