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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 9:52 am 
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+1 for the figures from SRAM.

Thank you!

Edit: make it stick!!

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Any changes for campy 11 speed?

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Boonen wrote:
It's not much but it's something:

2007 SRAM Force rear derailleur:


Limit screws: 2 times M4x14 Buttonhead
Tension screw: M4x20 Buttonhead
Pulleywheel bolt upper: M4x14 Countersunk
Pulleywheel bolt lower: M5x14 Countersunk
Pinch bolt: M5x8

All these bolts are steel and IMO can be replaced by aluminium bolts saving around 5.5 grams. The pivoting bolt is already aluminium.


Sizes are good for Rival too. I used Ti grub screws for the limit and b-tension, Ti for the upper pulley bolt and Al for the cable clamp, saving approx 6g total. The lower pulley bolt has a smaller head than a standard M5 countersunk screw, looks like the KCNC one would fit but they're way too expensive at £10/pr


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 Post subject: Re: Misc bolt list
PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:05 pm 
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madcow wrote:
Ergo Shifter
Pivot fixing bolt M4x22 (Socket head)
Ergo Mount M6x10-12mm(Brake mount nut)

Are these made of steel or titanium in standard 10 sp Record Ergo shifters?

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