Shimano Saint M810 Bottom Bracket

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Shimano Saint Bottom Bracket Cups M810 Features: Genuine Shimano HollowTech II bottom bracket assembly Length of screw thread is increased to enable the fitment of chain devices Set includes left and right hand cups, spacers, inner cover, and inner O-rings Light weight seal structure helps to remove vital grams Sealed cups keep out dirt and water Maintenance free Compatible with 68 mm and 73 mm shell Durable gold anodised finish Easy installation Buy Shimano Saint Bottom Bracket Cups M810 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

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Difference between SLX M665 and Saint M810 cranksets?

I can get both for about the same $$. Both are 2x 36/22 with bash, and both come with BB. I'll be running a 9spd cassette. I know the SLX is 9spd, but unsure on the saint m810. What would you buy?Read More »

Shimano Saint RD-M810 set up difficulty!

So I was trying to install the M810 tonight and was having some difficulty. I think that the main problem lies in the fact that my derailleur hanger (not replaceable) is too thin for it. When I tightened the fixing bolt all the way down, it stuck out the back and the chain hit it when it was in th ... Read More »

Brake Rotors for Saint M810

I just purchased a set of Saint M810's for my Fuel Ex7. My fuel has 185mm rotors that came on it stock, and I am wondering if they will work with the Saints? On the website I ordered from, the Saints work with 180mm rotors. (I only noticed the discrepancy after I ordered) So I'm wondering if the ... Read More »

Rotors for Saint M810 Brakes?

I just bought Saint M810 brakes for my Trek fuel ex7. I looked on my bike and it has 185mm rotors. The saints say they work with 180mm. Will the 5mm difference be bad? If I need new rotors, which rotors work best with the saints? Thanks!Read More »

Shimano Saint M810 2x10 crank compatability question

Guys, Will a Shimano Saint M810 [EMAIL="http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=27684"]http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=27684[/EMAIL] work on my proposed setup?. The above crank I think is a 9 speed crank and the rest of my set up is 10 speed. I'm a noob so i w ... Read More »

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