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kman wrote:I'm not sure where/if you can get them apart from the cheap Shimano ones. Maybe try making your own from CF, you could use the shimano ones as a guide/template and use a small sealed bearing. If you could grab a small sheet of CF (*cough*ebay) and possibly a bearing from a hobby shop you would probably pay the same or less than a bought one anyway. I know hobby shops carry heaps of small cartridge bearings for R/C cars etc.
As for the cage mods, since you already have a sheet of CF, why not just make up a new back plate and make it even more fancy? I have seen a few people make their own back plate and they have threaded straight into the carbon with success, rather than trying to mount a nut or something to screw into with the jockey wheel bolts.
Good luck, and be sure to show us whatever you end up with.
kman wrote:You may be able to get them, but I'm not sure - I've never seen any production versions other than the cheap ones. I might try and make some for my MTB (regular sized). If I get time to do it I'll post and show everyone.
Boonen wrote:There was a Shimano Dura-Ace derailleur with the larger 15t pulley wheels some years ago. I believe the idea was that you could use a shorter cage with a bigger variety of gears (like in a triple). You should still be able to find these replacement wheels if you want to give it a try but you would need to modify the inner cage a bit as well to make enough room for the pulleywheels.
madcow wrote:Fibre-lyte has some new carbon pulleys coming that they will be able to make with any number of requested teeth.
carbon gimp wrote:dark albert did my duraace rear mech with larger jockey wheels he did a first class job try to pm him maybe he can help you i will post pics soon
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