Parlee derailer clamp and Di2

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coppercook62
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by coppercook62

Are there any issuses with using the carbon Parlee front derailer clamp and Di2?
Thanks in advance

greentimgreen
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by greentimgreen

None for me! Works perfectly on my z-zero with 9070.
2014 Parlee Z-Zero DADi2 & ENVE (6.2kg)
2015 Colnago C60 RSWH Campag Chorus & Mavic SLR (c.7kg)

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coppercook62
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by coppercook62

Thanks thats what i thought just wanted to make sure.

Butcher
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by Butcher

Supposedly, they reinforced the clamp to accept the electronic shifting. I did use one with Campy's EPS and had no issues, but I did use their derailleur stiffening piece too.

goodboyr
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by goodboyr

I did an install on a z5si, and the tricky part is to place the aluminum support plate for the FD support bolt. There is very little clearance.

Bukes
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by Bukes

I've been running one of these on my Z3 with Di2-7900 for 4 years now with no issue.

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coppercook62
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by coppercook62

arrived today and installed. Looks good and shifts great thanks for the help

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