Shimano Deore M510 Derailleur

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MSRP : $35.00

Product Description

Great value in a 9 speed rear derailleur fromShimano.The Deore 510 handles upTo a 34Tooth rear cog and uses flourine coated bushings, reducing link pin friction for reduced shifting effort. Special 11-tooth pulley design means alternating contact between chain links, reducing wear and allowingThe chainTo run in a smoother manner. Aluminum and stainless steel construction keepsThe derailleur lightweight and durable. Weight: 300 grams Compatibil

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