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Why do current, entry-level shimano rear derailers have large-diameter pulleys?
I have seen (and recently bought) entry-level rear derailers from Shimano (Tourney for MTB, 2300 for road bike), and I keep wondering why they are making these parts with such large pulleys. I don't ...
Feb 3 '13 at 21:40
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