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Technical FAQ: Rebuilding SRAM Red shifters

  • By Lennard Zinn
  • Published Sep. 1, 2009
  • Updated Nov. 17, 2009 at 5:47 PM EST

Dear Lennard,
I’ve been reading your Q&A blog and saw many questions about the reconstruction for the Campy shifters (Not My Favorites), but my question is: Since I’m riding SRAM Red is there any possibility to rebuild them or I need to replace in the time they’ve been serving?
-Alex

Dear Alex,
Yes, they can be rebuilt, although replacement parts are not easy to locate.
-Lennard

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Lennard Zinn

Lennard Zinn

Our longtime technical writer joined VeloNews in 1987. He is also a framebuilder, a former U.S. National Team rider, and author of many bicycle books, including Zinn and the Art of Mountain Bike Maintenance and Zinn and the Art of Road Bike Maintenance, as well as Zinn and the Art of Triathlon Bikes and Zinn's Cycling Primer: Maintenance Tips and Skill Building for Cyclists. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in physics from Colorado College. Readers can send brief technical questions to Ask LZ.

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