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Old 03-20-23, 09:01 AM
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FS: Suntour Superbe Pro RD, Shifters and GPX Shifters

Have some Suntour bits to unload:

Suntour Superbe Pro RD-SB00-SS8 - Designed for the 6-8s indexed shifters, obviously works fine in friction as well. Once of the best looking RDs made IMHO. A few scuffs on the front/knuckle but perfect functioning condition - $50 shipped CONUS

Suntour SL-IP00-B Shifters - Superbe/Sprint level indexed shifters for 6/7 speed. Very good shape $25 shipped CONUS

Suntour GPX shifters - Drive side is bent in a bit from some sort of impact while installed. Functional and good shape otherwise. $15 shipped CONUS

Suntour friction shifters - Lots of surface patina, but would likely buff up nicely if you took the time. Hardware is complete and in good shape $15 shipped CONUS

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Does the SL shifter index? 7 or 6?

any chance you have a pic of the GPX installed?
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The SL is supposed to shift both. Suntour Tech bulletin #21 explains it well.
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