Shimano Altus Canti Brakes. Brakes - MTB. Classic Shimano design, silver alloy Altus cantilever brakes - come in a pair to fit front forks or rear mount. ?Alloy cantilever brakes with a polished silver finish, ideal for mountain, cyclo-cross, and touring bikes ?Packaged in a pair to fit ....
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I just purchased a Shimano Altus ST-EF51 7 speed shifter and it does not seem to be the same pull ratio as my current rear derailleur (SRAM)
The cable on the shifter moves approximately 3/4" and my cogset is approximately 1-1/4"
Will an Altus RD work? Should I spend a little more ... Read More »
I somehow got my RD caught up in my spokes on my Diamondback Response, bending the hanger and the sprocket plate coming off the derailleur.
It seems like I might as well spend a couple of extra bucks and get an upgraded RD. The bike has a 7-speed freewheel rear hub. I was thinking I'll get a Deore ... Read More »
I have a Specialized Hardrock 2011. Yesterday, while doing a bit of cross country the RD hanger snapped and I managed to wreck the 7-speed Altus RD. Should I just replace with another Altus or would it be possible to replace it with something a bit tougher like the Deore. I don't really want to repl ... Read More »
I'm trying to get a friend's oooold (1995?) Trek Antelope bike back on the road. I am replacing the shifter, and I need to remove the brake lever assembly. [B]And I cannot figure out how![/B]
The entire brake lever assembly is underneath a plastic shroud which looks impossible to remove. There ar ... Read More »