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  1. General Discussion
    Hi, so I have a Deore 1x10 drivetrain 11-42t set-up with a 38t chainring. I was wondering if it is feasible to purchase a Shimano saint M820 10 speed shifter in 2022 for my specific set-up? will I encounter and compatibility issues? I know the specific model is for DH, but from what I read is...
  2. Drivetrain
    Hello guys, I am pretty new to the biking life,I have a Cube Aim Race 2017 bike( Cube Aim Race Hardtail Mountain Bike 2017 Black/Blue ), what has some issues with the stock drivetrain...so while being sure my problem is solved I also want to make an upgrade...it is now a 3x8 system and I want to...
  3. Drivetrain
    I have a new 2021 Trek Marlin 7 with the following drive train spec: Shifter Shimano Deore M4100, 10 speed Rear derailleur Shimano Deore M5120, long cage *Crank FSA Alpha Drive, 28T steel ring, Boost, 175mm length Bottom bracket FSA, 73mm, threaded cartridge, 122.5mm spindle...
  4. News & Reviews
    Adding versatility to its drivetrain lineup, Shimano introduces its new LINKGLIDE technology, designed and engineered to increase drivetrain durability while further enhancing the seamless shifting that Shimano is renowned for. LINKGLIDE components offer a more robust drivetrain option for a...
  5. Drivetrain
    I got a Nukeproof Scout 290 comp a few months ago and have had tons of issues with the Shimano Deore left crank slipping off. I replaced the crank, and now the new one is slipping off too. Yes, I've taken it to shops, tightened bolts, all that but it doesn't seem to be solving the problem. My...
  6. General Discussion
    While Shimano's XTR and XT product lines might get all the attention, it's the Deore group that always impresses us. These budget oriented bits aren't the lightest or fanciest, but they offer incredible value for the money. The new Deore crankset borrows heavily from the aesthetic of the...
  7. Brake Time
    Hi all, I'm trying to lengthen my shimano deore brake hose, so I've bled the system dry, loosened the retaining nuts (with enough brake fluid in the caliper and lever to lubricate the parts for release), and tug on the hose, as per the instructions. Well, here's the rub... Either time or a bad...
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