Shimano XTR FD M9025 H Front Derailleur
Shimano Xtr Fd m9025 h Front Derailleur
Shimano XTR FD M9025 H Front Derailleur. It fits perfectly on frames that require a High Clamp derailleur mount and teams with Shimano’s new Side Swing pull configuration to provide killer shifting performance for chainrings with up to 40 teeth.
Sram Force 1 Type 3.0 Rear Derailleur
SRAM Force 1 Type 3 Rear Derailleur. While many riders ran DIY 1x setups for years, this was the first truly dedicated 1x group. A clutch rear derailleur and narrow/wide chainrings all but eliminated dropped chains and redundant gears letting the rider focus on the race and not always worry if they are in the right gear. The notion of running 1x has bled over to other disciplines now there is enough range for all of your road and gravel exploits with the before mentioned benefits.
Sram Force Rear Derailleur Wifli Medium
SRAM FORCE Rear Derailleur WiFli Medium. It’s a bit of a technical story, but it’s one whose benefits are evident the first time you run through your gears: You’ll experience crisper, more precise shifting than you’ve ever felt before. Virtually every rear derailleur you’ve ever used, pre-Force, was built around 3 springs: The B-position spring, the pivot spring, and the parallelogram spring. What SRAM learned as they developed their rear derailleur, though, was that a 2-spring system built with more powerful springs outperforms the 3-spring standard.
Sram Red Front Derailleur
SRAM Red Front Derailleur. Instead of simply moving back and forth along a linear path like most front derailleurs, the Red rotates in conjunction with your chain, preventing dropped chains or unwanted rubbing. Its aluminum outer cage saves weight, while the steel inner cage allows for stiffer, punchier shifts. Additionally, the included Chain Spotter attaches independently, protecting your bike frame in the event that you experience a dropped chain.