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Originally Posted by HD3andMe View Post
No, you're wrong again. I even provided a link in my previous reply. Shimano road and MTB is compatible - Di2. Read, or watch the linked video here once again:

https://www.cxmagazine.com/mechanica...train-shifters



Thank you for admitting that your claim is only based on your limited experience working at a co-op. The reality is that the market is much different than you describe it.



Yeah, you're missing the point. You don't need mountain shifters to actuate mountain derailleurs with Di2 or AXS. They can work with road shifters...
Thank you, Captain Esoteric. Shall we talk of angels and pinheads now?
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