Shimano Deore RD-M6000 Shadow Plus 10 Speed Derailleur

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Benefiting from the 'trickle down' effect, the RD-M6000 utilises many of the same features found on the higher level models. 

If you ride aggressively in rough terrain, chances are that you may eventually snag your derailleur on a rock rendering it completely useless.  Fortunately, a replacement doesn't have to break the bank.  The M6000 is Shimano's Deore level offering and provides proven performance at an amazing price.  

Previously only found on higher end XT and XTR models, Shimano's Shadow+ technology has finally made it down to the Deore trim.  This clutch mechanism is perfect for 1x conversions and keeps chain slap and noise to a minimum.  If you're looking for an affordable 10-speed derailleur, the M6000 is a sure bet!


  • 10-Speed.
  • Shimano Shadow+ clutch technology.  Improved chain retentions and reduced noise. 
  • Light, smooth, precise shifting.  
  • Compatible with wide range cassettes.
  • DYNA-SYS compatible


  • Model Number: RD-M6000-GS (Mid Cage)
  • Series: Deore
  • Maximum Sprocket: 42T
  • Minimum Sprocket: 11T
  • Front DifferenceL 10T
  • Total Capacity: 41T
  • Model Number: RD-M6000-SGS (Long Cage)
  • Series: Deore
  • Maximum Sprocket: 36T
  • Minimum Sprocket: 11T
  • Front DifferenceL 22T
  • Total Capacity: 43T
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