?...does a Campy 9-speed cassette work w/ DA 9-speed shiftin

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cyclemanpat
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by cyclemanpat

I know this question has been answered before(I wasn't paying attention). I have a chance to buy a pair of ADA wheels!!! They are for Campy and I use Dura Ace. Will a 9-speed Campy cassette shift good with Dura Ace shifting? also I use a SRAM chain, which chain would work best with this set-up?

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by Weenie


rohaimie
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by rohaimie

hi,i use campy cassette with shimano parts(ultegra) and it work.u just to fine tune the rear D well.i am not sure abt the sram chain though.try it,might work :(
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by Francois_Viviers

The trick is to get the allignment spot on with the middle gog on the rear. The overall difference in cassette heigh is about 2mm if you allign it perfetctly in the middle you can only be out about 1mm either way, which goes a long way to making this work

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by nzkiwiguy

doesn't american classic make a conversion cassette? or is it the other way around?

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by cyclemanpat

other way around....

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by nzkiwiguy

call paul at cycle dynamics

http://www.cycle-dynamics.com/

get him to make a set of campy individual rings but with dura ace sized spacers.

should work

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by cyclemanpat

WOW........that is funny, I actually just did that. He emailed me back and said it would would perfect with their proper spacers!!!

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