Question about Shimano Cycling
Please describe the procedure for replacing the left hand name plate B on the Shimano ST-7900 Dual Control Levers. Is it simply removing the screws or do you have to take the entire shift/brake mechanism apart?
Don't know if you have an exploded view diagram of the levers . If not you can download from http://techdocs.shimano.com/techdocs/index.jsp
In the road bike drop down list select Dura-Ace, go down to ST-7900 and select document EV-ST-7900-2874. I don't advise you to take mech apart unless you have special tools and bags of experience handling complex mechs. However you will see that name plates are held by single screw which should be no problem.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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