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Shimano SLX M7000 Shadow+ 10-S Rear Derailleur


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Shimano SLX M7000 Shadow+ 10-S Rear Derailleur

SLX bring Shimano XT/XTR professionally proven technologies such as Shadow Plus to 1, 2, or 3x10-speed mountain bike drivetrains.

  • Shadow refers to the super low profile design, which doesn't protrude as much as traditional designs so reduces the risk of damage from trail side hazards
  • Shadow Plus refers to the chain stabilising switch that reduces chain bounce over rough terrain to maintain drivetrain stability drive and smooth shifting
  • The chain stabiliser tension can easily be adjusted externally with an Allen key
  • The chain stabilising switch can be switched off to facilitate wheel removal
  • Direct Mounting is cleaner, simpler and more durable
  • Direct Mount makes for easier wheel fitting and removal
  • Direct cable routing prevents snagging from any trail side hazards
  • This derailleur is optimized for use with wide range cassettes for today's 1x10 and 2x10 transmissions
  • Recommended for use with 10-speed cassettes whose largest rear cog is up to 36t
  • Four fluorine-coated link pin bushings make this one of the slickest shifting derailleurs on the trails
  • The derailleur's extra wide super rigid link braces the pulley body to increase pivot joint rigidity and promote crisp shifting
  • Strong return spring for positive shifting feel
  • Durable sealed bearing pulleys
  • For mountain bikes with 10-speed cassettes and shifters
  • Not recommended for use with 9 or 11-speed cassettes and shifters
  • Maximum size rear cog: 36t
  • Total capacity: 43t

'Shimano's Direct Mount compatible rear derailleur system gives more space around the rear frame dropout resulting in easier rear wheel removal but also allows frame designers to shorten chain stays, increase axle sizes and move suspension pivots.'