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Shimano TY20 6 Spd Band-On Shifters for 1" Quill Stem - 22.2mm

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Left hand for double/triple, right hand 6 speed indexed system. To fit 22.2mm stem.
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Overall Product Rating 4.5 / 5
Seems Ok
By Anonymous
16 Jan 2012
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsC/W cables, can turn indexing off,
Comes complete with gear cables and has indexing on the spocket side (This I've turned off as I'm old fashioned on this!). as these units go this was cheap but seems OK time will tell. Recomended as a general handlebar stem mounted changer.
Stem Shifters
By Don
21 Apr 2011
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Should have moved from downtube friction years ago.

Couldn't get 'click' bars ends for my 5 speed block anyway.

Double click between 4 and 5 because of sprocket spacing.
Questions & Answers (4)
Hi, can both levers be set to friction, if so would it suit my 2x5 speed bike. Kind regards, Fred
26 Mar 2018
Hi there,

Yes these can be switched to friction shift.

Will It Work On A Vintage Peugeot
26 Feb 2017
Will it work with simplex derailleur and french malard cassette

As these shifters can be switched to friction they should work okay when in this setting. It is unlikely that they will work in the indexed setting, but due to the age of the Simplex derailleurs we have no way of knowing for sure.

Is This Product Description Ambiguous?
25 Nov 2014
Shimano TY20 6 Spd BandOn Shifters for 1" Quill Stem 22.2mm

Is this for a 1 inch stem ( ~26mm ) or 22.2 mm.

I'm looking for an inexpensive stem shifter for a 26mm stem to shift some old 3*7 Shimano SIS, so I'm hoping to find some friction shifters that will do the job. I was also wondering if part #23205 would adapt to the job. My cable routing on the frame won't suit donwtube shifters. It's a 1992 MTB I thought I would put some drop bars on. Shifting is the last problem to be solved. I think bar end shifters and thumbies would fail the 'inexpensive' test.

The product description is correct, forks with a 1" steerer tube took stems that were 22.2mm as the forks are measured externally and the stem fits internally. Your best option would be too try and fit SJSC part 23205 and use something to shim it down to the desired size.

Is There A 7 Speed Version Of P/N 4822 ?
27 May 2014

We have no 7spd specific version but there is nothing stopping you using SJSC part number 5827 for 7spd as it uses friction shifting for both levers.