I might be drifting off topic here...
Is is possible to use Ergo levers on a conventional 6 speed freewheel? What could possibly go wrong? Everything?
The question 'why' notwithstanding, has anyone tried this before?
If not then I will be friction shifting a Veloce rear derailleur on my Masi .
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From: DTSHIFTER@aol.com <DTSHIFTER@aol.com> Subject: Re: [CR] Classic cycling shoes from Vintage Velos To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Date: Monday, February 16, 2009, 3:27 PM
Mr. Kohl has been kind enough to point out the following:
> <<Vintage Velos has just listed some classic NOS cycling shoes (Dettos,
> and Vittoria) in useful sizes>>
> I would like to add that I had a pair of those Sidis back in the mid 80's.
I loved them, but be warned, that cleat really locks onto your pedal!! Th ere is no float whatsoever and I found that adjustment was very critical. Furthermore, they can be difficult to get out of in a hurry!! I never had that "problem" with Dettos or Vittorias.......
Of course you could always remove a bit of the material I suppose???? And
as Mr. Sachs so often reminds us: YMMV
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