Shimano Deore Chainring

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Product Description

Shimano M770 Deore XT 32t Chainring is a four-bolt 104mm bcd ring for your Shimano 5 or 7 series crankset. Ultra-light and ultra-tough with precision shifting ramps and pins. For triple chainring setup.

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Shimano Deore crank issue...

I have a brand new bike with a Shimano Deore crankset. The crank has been installed properly at an excellent shop, so that shouldn't be the issue. The problem is that the crank spins freely when installed, but has quite a bit of drag after a ride. Even more after sitting over night. After notici ... Read More »

Shimano Deore XT front derailleur advice needed.

I also asked this on another forum with a lot of bike mechanics. Since you guys are more familiar with the nuances of mountain bike components, I figured that I'd ask here as well. I'm building up a new mountain bike with all Deore XT Dyna-Sys components. It's going to be a 2x10 set up and I have e ... Read More »

Stock Pug Deore hub Marge Lite Rebuilt to Moonlander Offset???

I'm sure it is possible, but does anyone know for absolute certain? A buddy might want my new stock Pug Marge Lites for summer XC single speed Moonlander wheels, which would be an excellent excuse for me to upgrade while they are new. Just want to know officially. Thanks!!!Read More »

deore m596-m615 reservoir/lever cap the same?

To repeat what the title says, are the reservoir caps on those two the same/interchangeable, meaning are they the same levers? I can't really be sure from the pics, I can see that the paint scheme is different. :cool: thanks in advance ShmeRead More »

Shimano Deore M615 disc brakes--play/looseness in pads?

I bought a set of new Shimano Deore M615 brakes, and shortened the hoses to fit my bike. I have the stock organic pads, and I'm using the old Hayes rotors I had from my old bike (203 mm in front). The brakes seem to work fine from a hydraulic standpoint. However, when I lock the brake on the front ... Read More »

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