Garbaruk Rear Derailleur Cage

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Description

Increase the capacity of your SRAM or Shimano 11 speed derailleur up to 50T with these precision machined derailleur cages from Garbaruk. This derailleur mod will position your jockey wheels in the optimum position to provide maximum chain wrap in the smaller cogs, whilst also ensuring sufficient clearance to ensure smooth shifting to and from the largest cogs.

Recommended Installation Options:

SRAM derailleur:

  • (10-46 and 10-48T cassette) - Garbaruk RD cage (SRAM) is recommended for optimal performance.
  • (10-50T cassette) Garbaruk RD cage (SRAM) required

Shimano Derailleur:

  • (11-46 and 11-48T cassette) - Garbaruk RD cage (Shimano) is recommended for optimal performance.
  • (11-50T cassette) - Garbaruk RD cage (Shimano) required

Specs:

  • CNC machined 7075-T651 Aluminum Alloy
  • Colour anodized finish - Available in black or red
  • Weight: SRAM - 45g, Shimano - 47g

Compatibility:

  • Shimano 11-speed Shadow+: SLX(RD-M7000), XT(RD-M8000), XTR(RD-M9000) series rear mechs
  • SRAM 11-speed: NX, GX, X1, X01, XX1, APEX 1, Rival 1, Force 1
  • SRAM 12-speed: XX1 Eagle, X01 Eagle, GX Eagle, NX Eagle, GX Eagle AXS, X01 Eagle AXS, XX1 Eagle AXS

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Reviews

5

Do the homework before starting.

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The instructions on the website are easy to follow, so if you have replaced parts on your bike before, you shouldn't have much trouble with this. Just read the instructions a few times and stare at the derailleur until you understand why stuff needs to happen. Make sure that you use a NEW or QUALITY allen key to remove the old cage because you could easily round out the screw, which seems to be made of cheese. X1 and X01 derailleurs seems easier to disassemble as my GX one refused to come apart. The cage fulfills it's purpose when combined with the wide range cassette.

Works well

by

Easy to install on a Shimano XT 8000 derailleur and works well with the Garbaruk cassette.

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Do the homework before starting.

by

The instructions on the website are easy to follow, so if you have replaced parts on your bike before, you shouldn't have much trouble with this. Just read the instructions a few times and stare at the derailleur until you understand why stuff needs to happen. Make sure that you use a NEW or QUALITY allen key to remove the old cage because you could easily round out the screw, which seems to be made of cheese. X1 and X01 derailleurs seems easier to disassemble as my GX one refused to come apart. The cage fulfills it's purpose when combined with the wide range cassette.

Works well

by

Easy to install on a Shimano XT 8000 derailleur and works well with the Garbaruk cassette.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Garbaruk Rear Derailleur CageGRBKSDRLRCG
Black - SRAM 11-12 Speed5907441592659
Black - Shimano RD-M7000-M8000-M90005907441500210
Red - SRAM 11-12 Speed5907441592703
Red - Shimano RD-M7000-M8000-M90005907441500258

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