Precision Billet Rear Derailleur

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a-taft
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by a-taft

Anybody ever use a precision billet rear derailleur, preferably with 9 speed??
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JTC
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by JTC

Does the company still exist. I looked into these a while back, but I was under the impression the company was out of buisness. Couldn't find any for sale anywhere.

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nikh
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by nikh

Cambriabike had some for sale and I saw some for sale on German ebay also.
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Superlite
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by Superlite

Just wondering, why do you want this der.? The new Dura Ace is the same weight, 180g, and would be significantly stiffer and have a longer service life. If your using campy I beleive the DA RD will work with it, not 100% sure though. Anyone?

Joel
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by Joel

I have mixed nearly everything, Campa with Shimano, 9 with 10speed,...
I think it has to work quite good.
For those extra 5gram you can just use the Campagnolo Record and with some Al bolts it's sub 180

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