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I'm thinking of getting SRAM components on my next bike. Is SRAM rebuild-able/repairable in the way that Campy components are? Can you get parts for your shifters, dérailleurs, etc?

Or do you have to go the Shimano route and buy the entire shifter set or dérailleur when it breaks or wears out?
 

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yes, but no one stocks campy components anymore let alone tiny parts for shifters. It would be in most cases "special orders" and the parts aren't cheap. If you buy your shifters online then you will feel the burn when parts are charged msrp.

b24fsb said:
yes its rebuildable....aka like campy
 

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Il,

One of the things I am excited about is that SRAM has upgraded from 07/08 to 09, but you don't have to purchase new levers. You can replace the internals to update them.

I'll wait, but I will probably do that with my Force shifters.
 
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