broke one of the plastic spacers on a Chorus 11-speed cassette

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Catagory6
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by Catagory6

any suggestions?
i'm 100% sure my local bike shop doesn't have any of these anywhere
its 2.25 mm thick
i think they would have generic shims

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

They are widely available online - sold in pairs I believe. Campag part number is 2-CS-712.

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ALAN Carbon+
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by ALAN Carbon+

Just had the same issue with one of the 2.2mm spacers. I got replacements from xxcycle for a reasonably cheap price and probably quicker than I would have by having to deal with the local campy distributor.

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Catagory6 wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:29 pm
any suggestions?
i'm 100% sure my local bike shop doesn't have any of these anywhere
its 2.25 mm thick
i think they would have generic shims

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https://imgur.com/a/cFkA3

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Are you in US?? If so, PM me your address. I may have a few laying around that I can send you for free if I do have them. Cleaning and organizing the garage made me come to find things I had in abundance that I had no idea I had.

AJS914
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Glue it back together with some 5 minute epoxy?

jih
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by jih

you can re-use one from one old cassette. Or, buy a new cassette (since you'll need it sooner or later anyway) and borrow one from that, and use it again when you need the new cassette. They don't wear out.

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dgasmd
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jih wrote:
Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:00 pm
you can re-use one from one old cassette. Or, buy a new cassette (since you'll need it sooner or later anyway) and borrow one from that, and use it again when you need the new cassette. They don't wear out.
:smartass: That too!!

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Catagory6
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by Catagory6

yes, after a really quick search on the internet, i found that this is an easily resolvable issue.
thanks for all your help.

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