Microshift Mezzo Shifter

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-Optical gear indicator Item Specifications Cassette Spacing: Shimano/SRAM 8 FD/Shifter Compatibility: Mountain Triple Shifter/Derailleur Compatibility: Shimano End Type: Shimano/Sram

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[Jan 01, 2017]
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OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

* Nice loud clicking sound when shifting
* Looks good
* Never partially changes gears

Weakness:

Doesn't exactly conform the best to my brake lever.
Levers have strong springs and the chrome lever can slip and pop you in the knuckle.
But, strong lever action can be a good thing.

I have had alivio and deore in the past. While those are passable these are really good. I don't have the Mezzo, mine actually look like the TS83-9 but I am sure they are the same quality. Just because they are cheap that doesn't mean they are made cheap. I feel these are what Shimano used to be and this is a brand to watch out for. I also have the rear microshift rear derailleur and just like the shifter, it never misses a beat. Only once has it partially changed a gear where you hear that rattling in-between -gear sound and I ride at least 9 miles a day every day up and down steep hills.

Similar Products Used:

Shimano Alivio, Shimano Deore

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