Shimergo for CdF

nojones
nojones Posts: 4
edited June 2012 in Workshop
First timer says hello :)

I would really like all campa drivetrain. There seems to be no disc specific wheelsets with campa rotor around for less than two weeks and loads of money. Also would need to get special wide range cassette. Try shimergo? Browsing the web and pulling the rest out of the hat I thought something like this:

Campa Veloce Ergos. Shop has both QS and US versions.
Campa Triple Comp cranks (+BB for those? Special tools?)
Campa Triple Comp FD (Where from get a 28.6mm clamp?)
9spd shimano RD
9spd shimano 11 - 32 or something.
Something called Hubbub modification.

Am I anywhere near the road? Help most appreciated. For three weeks now I have told my wife these bikes are three weeks away 8)

Comments

  • desweller
    desweller Posts: 5,175
    Campag bar end shifters in friction mode...

    That probably isn't very helpful.
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  • cycleclinic
    cycleclinic Posts: 6,865
    Disc [brake] specific wheelsets for campag. Campag do not make touring or MTB kit so that why!
    http://www.thecycleclinic.co.uk -wheel building and other stuff.
  • nojones
    nojones Posts: 4
    DesWeller wrote:
    Campag bar end shifters in friction mode...

    That probably isn't very helpful.

    Thank You. Really is not what I am looking for.
  • nojones
    nojones Posts: 4
    Disc [brake] specific wheelsets for campag. Campag do not make touring or MTB kit so that why!

    That is why shimergo. Or custom wheels with custom range cassette.
  • desweller
    desweller Posts: 5,175
    Highpath Engineering can supply a set of sprocket spacers to allow you to respace your Shimano cassette with a Campag spacing, allowing you to use your Campagnolo shifter and derailleur on your disc hub.

    Road front mechs are all the same so you can use a Campagnolo shifter with whatever mech you've got on there, I believe.

    As for crankset you don't need to change that to make it work.
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  • Yossie
    Yossie Posts: 2,600
    Shiftmate? Miche etc Campy/ShimaSRam cassette thing?
  • ugo.santalucia
    ugo.santalucia Posts: 28,301
    Hi,

    on my CdF I run full Campagnolo 9 speed with Shiamno 9 speed cassette. It works without shiftmate, but with a shiftmate it does work better
    http://i1128.photobucket.com/albums/m49 ... CF1084.jpg
    http://i1128.photobucket.com/albums/m49 ... o/cdf3.jpg

    The wheels are handbuilt by me... they weigh about 1750 grams as opposed to the 2500 grams of the original wheelset. The difference in performance is massive.
    Weightwise, I have gone down from the original 12.5 Kg to 10.3Kg
    left the forum March 2023
  • Monty Dog
    Monty Dog Posts: 20,614
    Shiftmate is probably your only option as you're planning to use a 9 speed cassette - if you use an 8 speed Shimano cassette with a Campagnolo 10 speed shifter it will index perfectly.
    Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..