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A proprietary (German) SRAM rapid-fire trigger shifter?

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Old April 8th 09, 04:35 AM posted to alt.music.rush,alt.mountain-bike
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Default A proprietary (German) SRAM rapid-fire trigger shifter?


That looks like something I'd want.


SRAM obviously is not the manufacturer so this is a proprietary

Anyone got something like this or even this brand?

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