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Old June 8th 18, 02:59 PM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
David Scheidt
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AMuzi wrote:

:Like Jeff I have mangled them, notably the 1.2mm size
:knocking stuck Shimano gear wires out of Campagnolo shift
:levers and such.

I did that once. God was that a pain. (Why the hell does a shifter
for a shimano hub use a campy head?)



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Old June 8th 18, 03:26 PM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
AMuzi
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On 6/8/2018 8:59 AM, David Scheidt wrote:
AMuzi wrote:

:Like Jeff I have mangled them, notably the 1.2mm size
:knocking stuck Shimano gear wires out of Campagnolo shift
:levers and such.

I did that once. God was that a pain. (Why the hell does a shifter
for a shimano hub use a campy head?)




Not that it helps but the traditional size is still used by
Campagnolo whereas Shimano, afflicted mightily with "not
invented here" syndrome, switched to larger head wires.

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