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Shimano XTR FD-M9100 Front Derailleur E-Type (W/O BB Plate)
Shimano XTR FD-M9100 Front Derailleur Direct Mount
E-Type (W/O BB Plate)
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Shimano XTR FD-M9100 Front Derailleur E-Type (W/O BB Plate)
Shimano XTR FD-M9100 Front Derailleur Direct Mount

XTR FD-M9100 Front Derailleur

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In Mountain bike riding, trail conditions change drastically from one second to the next, from one turn to the next. Mountain bikers need to be able to seamlessly Perceive the conditions, Judge their options, and Operate their bike in a split second. XTR satisfies the needs of the most demanding riders by providing the highest level of precision and integration. We refocused on the original goal of XTR - to be the ultimate race components. Definitive HYPERGLIDE+ shifting let you pedal continuously while shifting. With its new mono-lever design, shifting chainrings is smoother and more intuitive than ever.

Features & Specs:

  • 2x12 speed group specific
  • Designed for 28-38t chainrings
  • Adaptable for either 48.8 mm or 51.8 mm chainlines

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E-Type (W/O BB Plate)

Mfg PartNum: IFDM9100E6 

Direct Mount

Mfg PartNum: IFDM9100D6 

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