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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 9:11 am 
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I have a bunch of Campagnolo ergoshifters in need of parts to make good again. Does anyone have some damaged units they no longer need? I really need internal parts but anything considered.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:11 pm 
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I have the bodies of some Centaur 10 Speed Ergos. Older shape, ultrashift type mechanism. I bought them just for the brake lever blades to replace my badly scratched ones after I had a crash. I think I bought them listed as one shifter working and one not working, so some of the internals might be good. I can't quite remember. Let me know if they are of any interest. I can dig them out for you and check them out.


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yes, they do sound good. Are they for silver alloy levers or black for carbon and did you only remove the brake blades?

It's the powershift version I'm after not the later 10/11 speed Ultrashift or the earlier gen 1/gen 2 8/9 speed Escape shift.

Reference here - http://www.campagservice.co.uk/ergo.htm


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Here you go. Should be a couple of images. 9 speed rather than 10. They seem to be functional as far as I can tell without them being cabled up. The right shifter certainly seems to be. Clicks pretty certainly into all 9 positions. Left is harder to tell without being set up and tested. But I think you’d definitely get some spares out of them. The alloy gear levers are certainly nice and would replace a broken one nicely.


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