New answers tagged derailleur
Yes, this should be fine, as the front derailleur braze on mount is universal
Yes, this will work. Just get any Shimano mountain rear derailleur... SLX, deore, LX, xt, xtr, etc... EDIT: This only applies for 9 speed and lower. Here's a quote from Sheldon Brown. Within a given brand/style of rear derailer, all "speed numbers" are generally interchangeable. This applies to all indexable models, basically everything manufactured ...
Usually racing front derailleurs like an arabesque will not allow the extra tolerance for a third ring. With that being said, the only way to know for sure is to try it. One thing to keep in mind is that the spindle length on your bottom bracket affects this as well. While your derailleur may have the extra tolerance to fudge it in some cases, if your ...
The rear derailleur hanger on the Trinity was not replaceable, it was part of the frame and was there at the time of production. If there is no hanger on the end of the rear drop out then it has likely been either: purposely removed (to make a single speed or fixie, possibly for track racing); sheered off in a crash (or deformed and then removed); or ...
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