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Time to replace Campy ten cables, suggestions? nm(5 posts)

Time to replace Campy ten cables, suggestions? nmkeith m
Sep 3, 2001 6:31 AM
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Why is it time?Kerry Irons
Sep 3, 2001 11:06 AM
My Ergo shifters are 4 years old, and I just had to replace one cable. Why do you need to already replace cables on a systme that is at most, two years old. At any rate, why not use Campy cables?
Why is it time?TJeanloz
Sep 4, 2001 3:14 PM
Cables do wear out from time to time, we'll assume that Keith knows that his cables are worn. From experience, I would recommend official Campy replacement cables- particularly for the brakes, where the end of a generic cable is a tiny bit too large for the Campy recepticle.
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Sep 5, 2001 9:20 AM
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