Extremely good condition 2011 Zipp 404 front (worth £850 new) and 808 rear wheel (worth £1150 new). Shimano / Sram compatibility. ALL BRAND NEW SAPIM CX RAY spokes and BRAND NEW 188 HUB SHELL on 808 rear. Both wheels run perfectly true and bearings in front and rear wheels are silky smooth. Wheels done 0 miles since full service and rebuild. Will supply with lightly used swissstop yellow brake pads (worth £40), both 404 and 808 valve extenders (worth £18), Zipp rear quick release skewer (worth £20).
404 front wheel spec
Hub Used: 88
Rim Depth: 58.0mm
Spoke Count: 16
Brand new and unused SRAM Force MY10 Rear mech and SRAM Force front mech 34.9mm clamp on.
I wanted to use SRAM but then I had a go on a SRAM equipped bike and don't like the shifters, so selling before I spend more money!
£80 posted all together - I paid £78.95 for the rear mech and £35 for the front mech and these are brand new...
email me on firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in either or both.
Shimano 105 (5600) Front Mech, double, band-on £15
*Wide link design 105 front derailleur for increased rigidity and improved shifting response
*Band-on, to fit 28.6 mm and 31.8 mm seat tubes
*For 10-speed double chainsets
*Light action spring reduces effort required to actuate shifts
*Maximum capacity of 16 teeth with 50-56 tooth outer
*The aluminium parts are coated to resist corrosion and maintain their great looks
This is in excellent condition, very clean and having had low mileage, still functions superbly.
This is a pretty specific request, but I'm hoping that someone out there has a 9 or 10 speed Campagnolo double 32mm band-on front derailleur that's surplus to requirements. I'll consider any condition or model, except the QuickShift (QS) variants as they won't work with my particular ErgoPower levers. So if you've got something spare in your parts bin or are thinking about upgrading let me know.
Thanks for reading,
So I just got my new bike, a Cervelo S1.
Troulbe is, I need junior gears on it, but I'm not sure the FD will accomdate them. Its brazed on, so I'm not sure just how much vertical adjustment there is possible to be. It needs a 42t chainring as the largest one, while it now has a 50t.
Question is, will it fit?
Well, the question's in the title.
How can you stop the big ring from being shifted to, I really need to know.
If you use the derailleur limiters, will you have to retension the cables?
For a low-pro TT bike. Anyone got one they want to sell (and post if not near Leicester)?