Shimano Zee RD-M640 Shadow Plus 10 Speed Rear Derailleur

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RRP: $125.00
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Description

The 10 speed Zee RD-M640 features Shadow Plus technology that significantly reduces chain noise and offers a more stable drivetrain.
Features:

  • Shadow RD +
  • Short cage
  • 10-speed only
  • Shadow RD technology: Super low-profile design with built in chain stabilizer
  • Freeride spec - 11-36T Capacity 
  • DH Spec - 11-28T Capacity
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FR - 11-36T
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Great value RD - used

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Great value RD - used on a 1 x 10 setup with 11-36T cassette and Wolftooth 32T front ring. No dropped chains and the RD is very snappy and shift very well. Copes with full range in cassette and the short cage means its up out of the way from trail debris

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Great value RD - used

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Great value RD - used on a 1 x 10 setup with 11-36T cassette and Wolftooth 32T front ring. No dropped chains and the RD is very snappy and shift very well. Copes with full range in cassette and the short cage means its up out of the way from trail debris

Specifications

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Shimano Zee RD-M640 Shadow Plus 10 Speed Rear Derailleur4824
10 Speed - FR - 11-36T4524667305323

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