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SLX RD-M675 D.M. Shadow Plus Rear Derailleur

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MSRP $79.99
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Top of the line features at a wallet-friendly price.

With the RD-M675 Rear Derailleur, Shimano delivers features from last year's XTR group, while adding compatibility with new direct mount frames.

The direct mount system allows the derailleur to sit about 25mm further back than previous designs, where it's less exposed to impacts along the trail. It also creates a stiffer interface between the derailleur and frame and allows for faster wheel changes, particularly on bikes using thru-axle systems. A pre-installed B-link allows for back compatibility with traditional derailleur hangers.

Another new feature is the XTR-derived Shadow Plus stabilizer switch which can be enabled to increase spring tension and eliminate chain slap. The low profile design allows the cage to easily clear obstacles like roots and rocks.

The SLX RD-M675 Rear Derailleur is designed for Shimano Dyna-Sys 10-speed MTN drivetrains/shifters. Available in GS Mid-Cage or SGS Long-Cage models. Black finish. Actual weight: 308g (SGS with B-Link).

Short Cage:

  • Maximum Sprocket: 36T
  • Minimum Sprocket: 11T
  • Front Difference: 18T
  • Total Capacity: 35T

Long Cage:

  • Maximum Sprocket: 36T
  • Minimum Sprocket: 11T
  • Front Difference: 18T
  • Total Capacity: 43T

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Mfg PartNum: IRDM615SGSS 

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Great Price Option for derailleur.
by Paul
SF Bay Area.

Works excellent and for the price who can go wrong. I really don't see too much difference between this one and the XT brand.

Reviewed 12/10/2012
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