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Shimano
Acera M360 7/8-Speed Rear Derailleur

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This derailleur is ace.

Shimano's Acera M360 Rear Derailleur is a prime replacement for 7 / 8 speed mountain bikes or hybrids. The long cage design can take a 34 tooth maximum rear cog, with a total drivetrain capacity of 43 teeth. Oversize pulleys help reduce friction and drivetrain wear, while the Acera M360's metal construction ensures miles of robust operation in all conditions.

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One of the most used 7-8 speed derailleurs
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by KC cyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Kansas City area

Better than the entry level Shimano derailleurs and performs well. Quite durable, especially for the price. Typically used on $450-600 bikes and many e-bikes costing much more. Been around for a long time.

Reviewed 8/6/2019
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Went on very easily and adjusted quickly.
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by Mick
Cycling Enthusiast
Huntsville, AL

The tech I spoke with was very knowledgeable and helpful. He spoke bicycle. Tech made useful suggestions about the product to buy and best order to swap out parts.

Reviewed 6/21/2018
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