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Campagnolo Chorus 11 EPS Front Derailleur Campagnolo Chorus 11 EPS Front Derailleur
Riding a pedigree stallion equipped with Campagnolo EPS is about as rich with class as it gets, and you expect the superior performance of the EPS lineage to be powering your shifts in the Chorus 11 EPS Front Derailleur. Campagnolo delivers here, choosing to utilize the same high-capacity motors found in the Record 11 EPS and Super Record 11 EPS components while making a price-saving move to less exotic--albeit slightly heavier--materials. The result is the Campagnolo name and dramatic quality at a more affordable price.
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Campagnolo Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur Campagnolo Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur
In the lead-up to the new model year, Campagnolo spent a lot of time redesigning its three top mechanical groupsets, so the nigh-perfect shifting of the Record 11 EPS (Electronic Power Shift) Front Derailleur's smart, precise, and corrective operation remains unchanged. After all, this model took 20 years to develop, and it's the result of an R&D cycle that wasn't satisfied until the product matched the ever-evolving vision. So while we're sure there will be updates in the future, we're equally confident that Campy will take the time to make sure those updates are, in fact, improvements. The Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur is a technological marvel. Like Campagnolo's Record 11 EPS Rear Derailleur, it operates on an electronic actuator comprised of a gear motor and an electronic sensor. Where it differs is in the details. The gear motor for the front derailleur's electronic actuator was developed with a Swiss company that manufactures electric motors for space missions to Mars, so it's not just space age -- it's space worthy. Its high over-torque transmission results in precise, strong pulls, and the Magnetic Hall Sensor Resolver technology uses an internal sensor to automatically center the derailleur on the chain. It also communicates with the rear derailleur via the D. T. I. technology, which auto-trims the front to avoid chain rub, regardless of the gear combination. There are some differences between the Record and Super Record EPS front derailleurs, but they're small. Record 11 has alloy chainguide plates instead of carbon, and steel motor mounts instead of alloy. While this does result in a slight weight gain, there's a corresponding drop in price and no loss of functional performance, and Campagnolo has spent a great deal of time on the Record 11 EPS front derailleur to guarantee that function by addressing the effects of road noise and maximizing rigidity. The derailleur's co-molded frame mounting hardware consists of an aluminum polymer blend, and t...
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Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur
The Super Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur is a celebration of harmony between alluring Italian design and the most innovative front derailleur that Campagnolo has ever created. Its combination of materials, electronic functionality, and precise accuracy make it the most sought-after front derailleur in the world. Given that the Italian legend spent 20 years preparing for its flagship derailleur's initial release, it won't surprise anyone that not much has changed for the new model year. The Super Record 11 EPS Front Derailleur uses an electronic actuator comprising a gear motor and an electronic sensor. Where it differs is in the details. The gear motor for the front derailleur's electronic actuator was developed with a Swiss company that manufactures electric motors for space missions to Mars, so it's not just space-age -- it's space-worthy. Its high over-torque transmission results in precise, strong pulls, and the Magnetic Hall Sensor Resolver technology uses an internal sensor to automatically center the derailleur on the chain. It also communicates with the rear derailleur via the D. T. I. technology, which auto-trims the front to avoid chain rub, regardless of the gear combination. As any gear head knows, Campagnolo loves a good hierarchy, and the Super Record EPS Front Derailleur earns its place at the top. Where Record 11 has alloy chain guide plates, Super Record uses carbon; where Record has steel motor mounts, Super Record uses alloy. This saves weight and adds a bit of snap to shifting. The derailleur's co-molded frame-mounting hardware consists of an aluminum polymer blend, and the external derailleur rod, which works in conjunction with the electronic actuator, is held by a hollow hub and double wing with a double-finned pin for maximum precision through stiffness. The actuator itself is housed in a cascade gearbox that, along with the vibration-damping technopolymer-carbon body, minimizes vibration and allows movement to be transferred precisely....
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Campagnolo Super Record 11 Front Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record 11 Front Derailleur
For 2015, Campagnolo reworked its already ultra-precise shifting. In the Super Record 11 Front Derailleur the word is "trim." In the small ring you now get an extra click of trim to ensure perfect alignment of all 22 gears. You are even able to use your gears when they are fully cross-chained. The cage is longer for greater leverage so that less force is needed for upshifting, and it is narrower to guide the chain even more effectively. While the inner cage is alloy, the outer is lightweight carbon, which leaves the derailleur weighing in at 71 grams.
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K-Edge PRO Braze-On Chain Catcher K-Edge PRO Braze-On Chain Catcher
While modern drivetrains have made respectable efforts to prevent dropped chains, it can -- and will -- still happen. And if it happens on a new carbon frame, you're going to have a bad time. For added insurance against a gouges and scratches, install the K-Edge PRO Braze-On Chain Catcher. Not only is the K-Edge a frame safeguard, it also ensures you don't miss a big ring to inner ring shift when you need it the most -- right before a harrowing climb. Its lightweight aluminum construction simply attaches to frames with braze-on front derailleurs mounts with the included hardware. Made from CNC-machined 6061 T6 aluminum in Boise, ID., it weighs 10g and is available in six colors -- Black, Blue, Gunmetal, Gold, Red, and White. It comes with 2 mounting bolts -- 20mm for Shimano or Campagnolo (except Campy EPS), and a 25mm for SRAM.
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Shimano Di2 Internal Battery Charger Shimano Di2 Internal Battery Charger
The Shimano Di2 Internal battery charger makes charging your Di2 electronic shifting system a snap. With its indicator lights that tell you when it's charging and when it's fully charged, you don't have to guess. Plus, a full charge takes just 1. 5 hours. But don't worry too much about missing a charge--your system will only need to be charged every couple months.
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Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur
Aside from some slightly modified aesthetics and a 10g reduction in weight, the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 FD-R9150 11-Speed Front Derailleur carries over the high functioning precision of its 9070 predecessor. While the new 9150 rear derailler gets all the attention for its mountain-inspired changes, the front derailleur sits stealthily by as the brains of the Di2 system, ensuring fast, reliable, and customizeable gear shifts whether you're off to the coffee shop for the Sunday social ride or hammering the pedals at the pointy end of the peloton. The front derailleur has always been our favorite component of the Di2 series, reinforced by years of mechanical systems throwing chains at inopportune moments on climbs and winding up for sprints. Di2 makes thrown chains a part of history with fast, silent, and accurate chain movement boosted by Shimano's automatic trimming function. This feature adjusts the position and angle of the front derailleur, on-the-fly, and eliminates the possibility of dropping the chain under heavy shifts up or down the chainrings, regardless of how cross-chained that you may be. This function also prevents the mere thought of chain rub for a smooth, quiet ride in every gear combination.
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Shimano Dura-Ace FD-R9100 11-Speed Front Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace FD-R9100 11-Speed Front Derailleur
Across Dura-Ace 9100, Shimano made subtle, rather than monumental, shifts in design to improve a system that was already pretty damn good. Proving that mechanical drivetrains can--and still should--be improved, Shimano focused most of its attention on the derailleurs, making the biggest changes to ride experience with important tweaks to both the front and rear derailleurs' designs. The resulting Dura-Ace FD-R9100 11-Speed Front Derailleur delivers concrete improvements to its predecessor's shortcomings, behaving far more consistently than the often moody than some of its predecessors, whose changes in attitude could be set off by cable entry angles and cable tension that didn't suit it. How'd they do it' Not by magic, though sometimes we wonder. No, Shimano found a way to redesign the body of the derailleur, equipping it with a new linkage system and integrated cable tension adjuster that does away with the need for a barrel adjuster. The design embraces multiple routing options that its previous version wouldn't dream of allowing, and requires low rider effort to generate precise, crisp shifts. Key big ring shifts in the heated moments of a race are no longer just possible within a strict set of parameters; now, you'll only have to lift a finger. Plus, the derailleur's more compact internals mean that the entire body has shrunk, increasing clearance and eliminating the infuriating cable rub that has irritated many of us to our limits at some point in our cycling careers.
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Shimano Dura-Ace FD-R9150 Front Derailleur Adapter Shimano Dura-Ace FD-R9150 Front Derailleur Adapter
There are two things you can count on with steel frames: they ride like butter and you'll have to spend an inordinate amount of time hunting down a braze-on mount in order to attach any of today's front derailleurs to them. Shimano's Di2 derailleurs are a good case in point, but the Dura-Ace FD-R9150 Front Derailleur Adapter simplifies the hunt. It's an age-old solution to a contemporary problem. Frankly, Di2 front derailleurs are designed to be attached to carbon frames whose seat tubes have such tortured, overwrought shapes that no clamp known to human kind can tame them, so they're all just braze-on derailleurs that mount directly to the frame. This rules out frames with traditional, round, tube-shaped tubes--unless, that is, you've got the right adapter. The FD-R9150 Adapter lets you marry the latest drivetrain technology with your favorite frameset.
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Shimano Dura-Ace Front Derailleur Adapter Shimano Dura-Ace Front Derailleur Adapter
Staying current with modern design trends, Shimano's newest Dura-Ace FD-9070 Front Derailleur is available only in braze-on form. However, don't despair if your favorite frame is preventing you from enjoying the performance of electronic-shifting. Simply attach the Shimano Dura-Ace Front Derailleur Adapter to your seat tube with its easy-clamping design and reap the benefits of this next-level electronic drivetrain.
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Shimano FD-CX70 Front Derailleur Shimano FD-CX70 Front Derailleur
The Shimano FD-CX70 Front Derailleur is an Ultegra-level cyclocross derailleur designed for lightweight performance in muddy conditions.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur
It's never been the sexiest, shiniest Shimano drivetrain, or the cheapest, but this year, SLX has finally been granted its moment in the spotlight. From the looks of things, it's going to be a long moment. Receiving an overhaul spanning from cranksets to trigger shifters, SLX emerged from the dust a glittering new groupset, with the 11-speed appeal of its attention-grabbing siblings, XTR and XT. Replete with trickle-down technology, the SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur returns better than ever for 2016, with functionality that belies its affordable price. Arguably the most significant change to the front derailleur this year is its side swing design, accommodating the stubbier chainstays and longer-travel trail bikes and enduro sleds that seem to be spawning directly onto the trails by the day as of late. Shimano also cleaned up the shifting action, aiming for smoother, quieter transitions between small and big ring and back again, without the jingling and heavy-handed lever throwing required by your finicky first hardtail years ago. If you're loathe to part with your granny gear for the times when the singletrack becomes a massive wall in front of you, the FD-M7020 confidently demonstrates that the front derailleur can keep up with changing times as much as any one-by setup.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
We're always excited to hear a rumor of trickle-down technology making its way down the Shimano groupset family line, and this spring, that rumor applied to SLX. Shimano went back to the workshop and took tech from Deore XT and XTR and added it to SLX, giving the hardworking groupset a makeover that significantly raises the bar on what mid-range componentry should be able to do. It also kept it in a price range that's fully accessible to the self-sponsored mountain biker. The SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur received its own share of upgrades, and returned to make a strong case that front derailleurs still deserve a place on modern mountain bike frames. One of the biggest changes the FD-M7020-E saw was a shift to a side swing design, which Shimano did to give it compatibility with the stockier chainstays and longer travel enduro rigs popping up on the trails by the minute as of late. This design fits better with modern, energetic rear triangles, giving the front derailleur longevity in a fickle industry. Additionally, Shimano cleaned up the shifting action on the FD-M7020, aiming for cleaner, more precise hops from small ring to big that lend smoothness to your ride, whether you're coasting over the flowy stuff or battling to stay upright on a root-laced climb.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur
Though the glossies might have you believing that the front derailleur is facing inevitable extinction, there's no shame in wanting to hold onto your granny gear for your climb-heavy rides. When Shimano gave the SLX drivetrain its extensive makeover for 2016, the brand introduced a few well-executed changes to bring the SLX FD-M7020 2x11 Front Derailleur firmly into the present. Trickle-down technology delivered a side-swing design that improves tire clearance to get along far better with stubbier chainstays and long-travel bikes than before, giving SLX staying power in the face of constantly-changing trends. It also improved the shifting action and power, ensuring you'll step cleanly between big and small ring, rather than jumping painfully, without requiring you to expend extra energy with heavy-handed shift initiation. Like the rest of SLX, the Front Derailleur also received the same clean aesthetic makeover, returning sleeker and more streamlined than ever, making an enviable addition to your trail bike or enduro sled.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano redesigned its entire SLX drivetrain for 2016, bestowing a host of trickle down technology from XT and XTR onto the workhorse groupset. Where SLX was reliable before, its exceptionally so now, with improved functionality and stunning aesthetics from cranksets to trigger shifters. The SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur is no exception, and it demonstrates Shimano's faith that the front derailleur deserves a place on modern mountain bike frames. One of the most significant pieces of trickle-down technology SLX received was its side swing design, which helps give it integrate far better with the stubbier chainstays and wider tires that classify modern enduro sleds and trail bikes. That means you won't feel like you're putting an outdated component on a brand new frame, and it gives the groupset longevity to match its already admirable dependability. Dependability is no surprise from Shimano, and the brand also worked to make the FD-M7020 shift cleaner and more smoothly than its SLX predecessors. As you move from small to big ring and back again, the derailleur ensures you have a consistent, predictable ride when the terrain is anything but that.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur
We'll admit: the thought of ditching our granny gear forever in favor of a one-by setup always sounds great from the couch. Predictably, our enthusiasm begins to wane as we hop on our trail bikes and start pedaling, with our optimism dropping precipitously when we hit our first of several nausea-inducing climbs. If this inner debate has made building up your new dream bike more complicated than you expected, we'd recommend taking a look at Shimano's all-new SLX drivetrain. The SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur will save you a granny gear while still working expertly with the geometry of your modern long-travel enduro frame. Stubby chainstays and energetic rear triangles define the modern trail and enduro frames appearing on the trails as of late, and Shimano took these geometry trends into consideration when redesigning SLX from top-to-bottom, giving it greater tire clearance with these bikes in mind. This direct-mount front derailleur will sit cleanly against your frame, offering improved shifts for a more consistent ride as you step up to the big ring ahead of a smooth descent or drop gears quickly while approaching a wall. Besides improved functionality, the FD-M7025 also features the same sleek aesthetics as the rest of the groupset, an overall look inspired by its XT and XTR siblings.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
If you haven't heard about Shimano's new redesign of SLX, we don't think it's a stretch to say you'll be seeing a lot more of it out on singletrack soon. SLX has always been a reliable choice for off-road rigs, but this year, it debuts with fresh trickle-down technology from pricier Deore XT in a classy redesign. Shimano still bills SLX as its affordable, workhorse groupset, but the brand has raised the bar on what workhorse actually means, delivering an incredibly capable mix of componentry that functions better than its price should suggest. The SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur is no exception to that description; if you're looking to hang onto your granny gear to make climbing more enjoyable, the FD-M7025-E makes a capable addition to your setup. Shimano built its SLX front derailleurs in a huge range of pull and mount types, with this version working as a down pull, E-type. Aside from its routing and mounting specifications, it's exactly the same as the rest of the group. Shimano focused on constructing its SLX front derailleurs to better integrate with modern trail and long-travel enduro bike geometries, with their snappy rear triangles governed by stubby chainstays. The FD-M7025-E promises to fit cleanly and function reliably in the presence of an energetic rear suspension and triangle. Graceful steps from small to big ring and back again define the front derailleur's new design, offering precision when you throw the lever heading into a tough climb, along with the signature longevity that Shimano componentry displays over the miles, and years.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano's redesign of its entire SLX line resulted in changes that not just the budget-focused crowd alone should be excited about. Once again demonstrating the power of trickle-down technology, Shimano took features from its crown jewels, XTR and XT, and moved it down to workhorse SLX, turning the formerly 10-speed drivetrain into an 11-speed do-it-all groupset that's almost a no-brainer for the average mountain bike setup. If racing isn't your thing and shaving grams doesn't keep you up at night, SLX promises a reliable, responsive ride beyond its affordable price. Rather than do away with double and triple cranks all-together, Shimano created the SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur to give riders the option to hang onto the extra granny gear for climbing. Though some might insist that the front derailleur is facing extinction, Shimano made sure the FD-M7025 could hold its own with modern equipment. The front derailleur now features the side swing design first seen on XTR, giving it greater tire clearance for the stubbier chainstays that are popping up on every new trail and enduro rig we see gracing the glossies lately. In addition to building the derailleur with long-travel bikes in mind, Shimano improved the shift quality to result in lighter hops from small ring to big. Instead of having to hold the shifter then listen to a whole chorus of clunking and jangling as your chain struggles up to the big ring, you'll be where you want to be in a matter of seconds.
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Shimano Ultegra 6800 Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra 6800 Front Derailleur
Front derailleurs are pretty single-minded, so we were initially a bit bemused that Shimano insisted on making as many changes as it did to the latest generation of the Ultegra 6800 Front Derailleur. The 6800 model borrows design cues from its more expensive Dura-Ace cousin, which manifest visually as a much longer pull arm. This creates more leverage at the point of chain contact than a shorter pull arm, so shifts are faster and more responsive while requiring less cable pull and a shorter shift lever stroke.
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Shimano Ultegra Di2 FD-6870 Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2 FD-6870 Front Derailleur
A confession: We've always loved Shimano's front derailleurs. They've always worked flawlessly and quietly. And then we rode Di2 bikes. The precision of the Di2 front derailleurs cannot be overstated. They work so phenomenally well, so precisely, and so quietly that we often forget they're there. They auto-trim, eliminating chain rub, and they adjust themselves when they're out of alignment. It's among our favorite components, and the Ultegra 6870 is a fortunate beneficiary of this technology and design.
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Shimano Ultegra FD-R8000 Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra FD-R8000 Front Derailleur
The trickle down of Dura-Ace 9100 technology to Ultegra R8000 11-speed drivetrains continues with the FD-R8000 front derailleur. Shimano redesigned it to have a lighter shift action, increased frame and tire clearance, and to work better with chain lines seen on road bikes with disc brakes and shorter chainstays. Everything we love about the Dura-Ace mechanical front derailleur has carried over to the new Ultegra version. The derailleurs longer arms, which house the cable anchor bolt and debuted on the Ultegra 6800 and Dura Ace 9000 front derailleurs, allow for a lighter shift as the anchor point gives the cable increased leverage. Word is this design was born when Shimano challenged its engineers to make a mechanical version of Ultegra and Dura-Ace that performed well enough and was still able to hold its own against its electronic siblings, particularly the front derailleurs. The design worked well, but the industry trend towards wider tires and disc brakes pushed the rear end spacing out to 135 or 142mm. Cable routing was more particular with the longer arm derailleurs. Shimano even sent a guide with each derailleur to gauge which way to run the cable to the anchor bolt, but the evolving rear hub spacing made this an untenable solution. To address this, Shimano engineered a new design that increases the clearance between the front derailleur and rear tire and increases shifting responsiveness with more flexible cable routing. The FD-R8000 also includes a cable tension setting adjustment at the derailleur for a more precise and ease setup. The more compact design doesn't come at a sacrifice of shift feel. Shimano claims that the new link construction matches the force curve of the hand more naturally to reduce effort at the end of shifting. The shift throw is reduced and the effort required to throw the chain to the big ring, even (or especially) while you're exhausted and trying to bridge up, is reduced. The FD-R8000 Front Derailleur is constructed from a ...
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Shimano XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur 2x11 Shimano XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur 2x11
While Shimano's mechanical front derailleurs have always worked flawlessly to deliver quiet, precise gear shifts, its Di2 system has taken it to a whole new level. We can't overstate the precision of a Di2 front derailleur, and if you're running double chainrings on the trail, we can't imagine settling for anything other than the 2 x 11 XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur. With proper installation, you can forget about dropped chains forever and the woes of chain rub will become just a dark, distant memory. Shifting also becomes quicker, easier, and more precise. All of this is achieved with an increase in shifting power that's never affected by cable stretch or contamination. Cable routing is also simpler and cleaner, and, perhaps most importantly, setup is easier due to Shimano's newest generation of its E-Tube electronics system.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
M8000 is the first of Shimano's Deore XT groups to adopt the new 11-speed drivetrain standard. That isn't all that's new for Deore XT, however. The Shimano XT FD-M8000-E 2x11 front derailleur, which is only compatible with E-Type-mount 2-speed systems, is keeping a close eye on all the new movements in mountain biking.For its move to 11-speed compatibility, Shimano has made some important changes to its XT front derailleurs for the M8000 group. The new derailleur provides wider clearance for the new larger wheels and tires. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays found on many of today's frames. Even with these changes, Shimano retains the XT front derailleur's efficient cable routing to keep shift action light and quick.This particular model, the M8000-E, comes with an E-type mount, which attaches to the bottom bracket flange instead of a seat tube clamp. An additional bolt anchors the derailleur in place to a braze-on clamp. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur
When trail riding was in its infancy, most drivetrains had five- or six-speed drivetrains. It's hard to believe that 11 is the new high-end standard. These new cassettes have huge gear ratio spreads, some as wide as 10-42. M8000 is Shimano's first Deore XT group to adopt the new 11-speed standard. That isn't all that's new for Deore XT, however. The Shimano XT FD-M8000-H 2x11 front derailleur, which is only compatible with double drivetrains, is keeping a close eye on all the new movements in mountain biking. For its move to 11-speed compatibility, Shimano has made some important changes to its XT front derailleurs for the M8000 group. The new derailleur provides wider clearance for the new larger wheels and tires. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays found on many of today's frames. Even with these changes, Shimano retains the XT front derailleur's efficient cable routing to keep shift action light and quick. The Shimano Deore XT FD-M8000-H Front Derailleur is for frames that require an H-type High Clamp front derailleur specifically.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano has completely revamped its XT line this year to create a component group that mirrors much of the technology found in its top-end XTR group, but with a more wallet-friendly price. The XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur is at the heart of this group, keeping the drivetrain humming through all types of terrain. The M8020 was designed to improve trail-riding experience and usher the new 11-speed XT group into a more modern age of mountain bikes. It provides an additional 15mm of tire clearance compared to the older model XT front derailleurs to accommodate larger tires and more suspension travel without any negative impact to shifting. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays that many new rear suspension systems have incorporated. To make the ride even better, Shimano redesigned its cable routing to facilitate lighter shift operation -- less energy to shift, more energy for the pedals. The Shimano XT FD-M8020-L is a front-pull, Side Swing type designed to work effectively with Shimano's new XT 2x11 drivetrain, and includes Shimano's L adapter for Low Clamp mounting. Additional adapters can be purchased for High Clamp, High Direct, and E-Type clamp mounts if needed to move the derailleur to a different frame with different clamp requirements.
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Shimano XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Lucky for all of us, Shimano recently decided to wave its wand and transform Deore XT into a beautiful new 11-speed groupset, dazzling us with the option of a gleaming new drivetrain with all of the dependability Shimano is known for. The XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur was part of the transformation, and as such, it's replete with features that make it a dream come true to use with the newest mountain standards. Now, the FD-M8025 boasts compatibility with the wider chain lines of Boost hubs and cranks, as well as increased clearance for ever-expanding wheel and tire sizes and shortening chainstays that we see manufacturers adopting for their latest frames. Despite undergoing these shiny new changes, the FD-M8025 is still a Shimano front derailleur, through-and-through. It retains efficient cable routing for quick, responsive shifting, and stays true to itself by eschewing newer side-swing pulls for a tried-and-true conventional cable pull.
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Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur 2x11 Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur 2x11
The front derailleur just got a whole lot better. So much better, in fat, that we hereby officially forgive it for all of the grief that it has caused us over the years. The Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur eliminates the myriad of shifting woes that have always accompanied the front derailleur and transformed it into a joy to operate and maintain. With proper installation, you can forget about dropped chains forever. Shifting also becomes quicker, easier, and more precise. Even the woes of chain-rub will become just a dark memory. All of this is achieved with a 25% increase in power that's never affected by cable stretch or contamination. Cable routing is also simpler and cleaner, and, perhaps most importantly, setup is easier due to Shimano's newest generation of its E-Tube electronics system. So, put down the wrench. Your shifting adjustments will be made on your laptop. Finally, Shimano's automatic trimming makes adjustments on the fly, so chain-rub and dropped chains are a thing of the past, no matter how cross-chained you've become.
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Shimano XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter Shimano XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter
Shimano's XTR Di2 system's lack of derailleur cables makes for a simple solution to the industry's tendency to over-complicate drivetrains. The XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter continues this trend, providing options to mount a single model of Di2 front derailleur to whatever interface your frame dictates. If you're ready to adapt to the drivetrain of the future, then the SM-FD905 will smooth the transition.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "D" adapter for High Direct clamp mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur
All too often, the cycling industry sells us technological breakthroughs and huge advancements in performance that are little more than marketing exercises. That's why we greeted news of Shimano's newest tech, the XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur's side swing action, with some healthy skepticism. When we saw the video detailing the derailleur's benefits, we grew even more skeptical. And then we rode it ourselves and happily ate crow. The new XTR can be run as a 1x, but the side swing feature may be our favorite element of its 11-speed redesign because it makes front shifts feel like rear shifts. It's that smooth and responsive, and it's not something you want to miss out on. The M9000-E's all new side swing design produces very light shifting by increasing the outward pull's strength by a claimed 100%. When shifting with side swing, the derailleur is pulled from the front, moving it out and forward to complement the chain's direction. The side pull mechanism obviously necessitates a change to the cable routing. The cable hops straight across to the derailleur from the down tube, eliminating extra length and unnecessary bends at the bottom bracket or seat tube/top tube joint. The combination of routing and side pull provides a 15% increase in shifting efficiency. The side swing design also nets a total of 15mm of additional clearance, so it accommodates larger tires, longer travel, and shorter chainstays. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur. This particular model, the M9000-E, comes with an E-type mount, which attaches to the bottom bracket flange instead of a seat tube clamp. An additional bolt anchors the derailleur in place to a braze-on clamp. The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur accommodates triple drivetrains with chain rings up to 40 teeth and a capacity of 18 teeth. Please note that these values can't be adjusted.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "H" adapter for High Clamp mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top-tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "L" adapter for Low Direct mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top-tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9020-D Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9020-D Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9020-D Front Derailleur is a Side Swing-type front derailleur designed for use with Shimano's new XTR 2x drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "D" adapter for High Direct clamp mounting. What the heck does all that mean' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top-tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9020 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9020 are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur
Shimano's new 2x11 XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur headlines with the all new side swing design. Side swing produces very light shifting by increasing shifting power by 50% compared to the current XTR standard. It also features an updated derailleur path, pulling from the front instead of the top or bottom. This moves it out and forward to complement the chain's direction during a shift, relieving wear on parts and making for a faster, more efficient leap up to the big ring. The side swing's peculiar mechanism obviously necessitated a change to the cable routing, which now sees the cable hop straight across to the derailleur from the down tube. This eliminates extra length and unnecessary bends at the bottom bracket or seat juncture, and combines with the derailleur's side pull action for a 15% increase in shifting efficiency. The side swing design also nets a total of 15mm of additional clearance, so it accommodates larger wheels, longer travel, and shorter chainstays. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur. Please note that this particular model, the M9020-H, comes with high clamp mounting hardware.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur is a Side Swing-type front derailleur designed for use with Shimano's new XTR 2x drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "L" adapter for Low Clamp mounting. What the heck does all that mean' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9020 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9020 are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur is for frames that require a D-type High Direct Mount front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-E Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-E Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR M9025-E Front Derailleur is for frames that require an E-type (no plate / low clamp) front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur
Made to be run with Shimano's new M-9000-series XTR drivetrains, the XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur gives you fast, precise shifting with a light and durable alloy and titanium construction. It fits perfectly on frames that require a High Clamp derailleur mount and teams with Shimano's new Side Swing pull configuration to provide killer shifting performance for chainrings with up to 40 teeth.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur is for frames that require an L-type Low Clamp front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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SRAM Force 22 Front Derailleur SRAM Force 22 Front Derailleur
The latest iteration of SRAM's Force 22 Front Derailleur boasts two properties that we typically don't see together: accommodating flexibility and unyielding stiffness. The derailleur's willingness to accommodate is the result of SRAM's Yaw technology, which has only just trickled-down to the Force level. Yaw is the equivalent of an auto-trim feature that keeps the derailleur cage aligned with the chain as it moves through the sprockets, making for a truly 22-speed groupset by virtually eliminating chain rub. The derailleur's stiffness comes courtesy of the aluminum and steel body. The incorporation of steel makes for an irresistible force to quickly shift the chain up or down without yielding valuable moments of response time while waiting for a flexing cage to finish throwing the chain--think of it as the opposite of the Close Door buttons on elevators. In case you get a little too overzealous with its stiff shifting, the Force Derailleur also features a removable Chain Keeper to help keep you from throwing your chain while shifting in response to an attack.
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SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur
Now you can run an 11-speed drivetrain without going broke thanks to SRAM's new GX 2x11 group. The SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur is compatible with the 42. 7mm-spread Direct Mount two-bolt pattern. And, like its X0 big brother, the GX front derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 2x11 cranksets. SRAM's new GX group falls neatly between the X9 and X1 groups for the rider who wants top-notch, 2x11 drivetrain equipment, but doesn't want to sacrifice the kids' college education in order to pay for it. The GX 2x11 front derailleur was designed to work with SRAM's X-Glide shifting system, which uses a new chainring geometry that allows you to shift into any gear without being limited by the force that you're applying to the drivetrain. The GX 2xll front derailleur is designed to work with SRAM's 10x42 cassette, which provides the widest range of gears ever offered on a 2x drivetrain. That means climbing is easier and descending is faster. Few upgrades can honestly make that heady claim.
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SRAM Red Front Derailleur SRAM Red Front Derailleur
Featuring SRAM's rotational Yaw technology, the SRAM Red Front Derailleur gives you the ability to use every gear combination without pesky chain rub or discordant drivetrain feedback. Instead of simply moving back and forth along a linear path like most front derailleurs, the Red rotates in conjunction with your chain, preventing dropped chains or unwanted rubbing. Its aluminum outer cage saves weight, while the steel inner cage allows for stiffer, punchier shifts. Additionally, the included Chain Spotter attaches independently, protecting your bike frame in the event that you experience a dropped chain.
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SRAM Rival 22 Front Derailleur SRAM Rival 22 Front Derailleur
It was only a matter of time before SRAM's fantastic, pro-level Red 22 and Force 22 drivetrains trickled down into the technological pool that would become the sport-level Rival 22 groupset. The SRAM Rival 22 Front Derailleur captures many of the same design features that make those more expensive derailleurs so great, only without breaking the bank. The most critical element to understand about SRAM's new 22-speed front derailleurs is what they call their Yaw feature. SRAM's Yaw means that the derailleur adjusts its yaw relative to the chain line. In other words, the derailleur cage rotates to align perfectly with the chain in any given position. This not only improves shifting accuracy and speed, it eliminates the need to "trim" the derailleur to prevent the maddening chain rub that can occur toward the back of the derailleur's cage, regardless of what chainring/cog combination you select -- a welcome improvement over virtually all previous drivetrains on the market. All of SRAM's 22-speed front derailleurs, including this Rival version, also feature the revolutionary integrated Chain Spotter, which protects against chain drop, against scratches, and against frustration. The Chain Spotter can be removed, or adjusted independently of the derailleur's position, so it's configurable to any frameset. The derailleur's steel cage is stiff, tough, and has precision alignment markings in the appropriate areas to help with proper installation. The SRAM Rival 22 Front Derailleur's cage has a silver finish, while its hardware and the Chain Spotter are black. It is designed exclusively for use with SRAM 22-speed X-Glide R chainrings and SRAM 22-speed shifters and drivetrain components. It comes only in a braze-on version, with clamp adapters available separately.
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SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur
We've long been fans of SRAM low clamp front derailleurs. They've always looked a bit more finished compared to Shimano's offerings, with their abundance of alloy bits in place of stamped steel in the frame for the linkages. This X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur is no exception, and it shifts with the same crispness and precision as the benchmark XX front mechanism. The SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Front Derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 2x10 cranksets. As such, it's made to handle up to a 15-tooth differential between the big and little rings. Its cage is shorter and narrower than a triple-specific changer. This is great news for those who fear clearance between their rear suspension and their front derailleur. The aluminum links that shape the swing of the derailleur cage have widely spaced pivots for gobs of stiffness. This rigidity inherent in the parallelogram is part of what makes X0 front shifting so quick and efficient. The derailleur cage is made from steel for maximum durability and is shaped for optimum performance with their X-Glide chainrings. The SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur is a multi-clamp design and will work with either 34. 9mm or 31. 8mmm seat tube diameters and is available configured for either top or bottom pull cable routing.
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SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur
This SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur doesn't clamp around the seat tube, rather it's designed to bolt right to a Shimano-type direct mount. Don't be confused with a Low Direct Mount, which is an E-Type without the E-plate, also mounting directly to the frame or in some cases, a swingarm. The easiest way to recognize this X9 High direct Mount Front Derailleur is that it's a traditionally styled, bottom swing design. The difference between this X9 derailleur and its X0 big brother is that this one uses powder coated steel for the links that shape the swing of the derailleur cage rather than aluminum. This material choice adds a few grams, but it still retains the widely spaced pivots for stiffness and precise, quick shifting. The derailleur cage is also made from steel for maximum durability and is shaped for optimum performance with their X-Glide chainrings. The X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 3x10 cranksets. The SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur is configured to work as either top or bottom pull and bolts straight into a Shimano-style Direct Mount on your frame.
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SRAM XX Front Derailleur SRAM XX Front Derailleur
The SRAM XX Low Clamp Front Derailleur is not a triple chainring front derailleur. It's not a compact double front derailleur. It is its own thing. And while it's designed to handle up to a 15-tooth differential between the big and little rings, its cage is shorter and narrower than a triple-specific front derailleur. This is great news for those who fear clearance between their rear suspension and their front derailleur. The aluminum links that shape the travel of the cage are extremely wide, increasing the distance between the pivots, for greater stiffness. The increase in stiffness plays to XX's superior gear-changing ability. The derailleur cage itself is made from steel for maximum durability. SRAM claims the XX front derailleur will work on just about any bike. That's because they have both high and low clamp versions in four sizes each and four different direct mount versions (and there are three different clamps for each chain ring configuration within the direct mount line). Here's a PDF chart so you can determine exactly what you need. In addition, both the high- and low-clamp versions use a thin, flexible steel band clamp that holds quite well at relatively low clamping pressure -- a safe recipe for carbon fiber frames. The SRAM XX Low Clamp Front Derailleur is available configured as either top or bottom pull. The 34. 9 clamp size is adjustable and, with an included shim kit, can be used with frames that require a 31. 8mm clamp. Click here to save when you purchase an XX build kit. SRAM actuation ratio for proper balance between upshift and downshiftIntuitive adjustments make it easy to get your shifting dialedFor use with SRAM 10-speed drivetrains
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