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Since I personally have done this repair, and since the subject has come up again, (gotta love mechanic interviews, huh?) I'm gonna go ahead and post the instruction/diagnostics link, courtesy of Branford Bikes in here. This should make things a little more accessible and easy for everyone in this forum.

Branford's Campy Page

Rebuild Page w/ Resource List and Diagrams

YellowJersey.org's Page

These all basically cover the same thing, but I'm sure you'll find one or two that are particullarly informative, especially in the lever directions.

See, not all mountain bikers/mechanics are inexperienced! Use in good health.

Obi..
 

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HMMM.weird...

I can't figure out why they're down now, but I'm gonna go in and check the code, if I can't fix it, I'll copy the linkns so everyone can play cut-n-paste. (Getting a 404 code, and a Hurricane Electric failure notice, so I know it isn't my server or firewall, as I don't use them.)

edit: Ok, for some reason, this sites url, etc. codes are not fully functional, like the MTBR side. It's not liking the extra target page, or the bold/underline/color coded line. Both Sets of Links are now functional. Sorry about that.

Just in case though, here they are again, minus the insert text.


Branford's Campy Page: http://www.branfordbike.com/campy/campy.html

Rebuild Page: http://www.campyonly.com/howto/ergo_rebuild.html
 
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