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Old 06-11-06, 07:56 AM   #1
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Shimano Rear Derailleur Question

Is the internal clearance of the cage the same for 9 & 10? What about jockey wheels are they interchangeable? If yes to both Qs then I'll assume you could use a 10 speed derailleur with an 8 & 9 chain
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I'm a tad dumbfounded. If someone says they have a click noise when they ride there is 15 answers to offer advice, then 2 days later the OP replies " thanks guys it was a stick caught in the spokes." Here is a question that has a definitive answer, & not one wrench to be found that knows. AMAZING
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Old 06-15-06, 08:27 AM   #3
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Is the internal clearance of the cage the same for 9 & 10? What about jockey wheels are they interchangeable? If yes to both Qs then I'll assume you could use a 10 speed derailleur with an 8 & 9 chain
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Thanks S "We can rely on you" B.
Very happy now HR.
Thought for a while the Shimano "tell them zilch so we can sell 'em what they don't need" cone of silence was in action.
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What's wrong with you people?

....I want answers...and I want them NOW!

....I think I need to have my medication adjusted again....

....Oh, never mind. Thanks Sheldon!
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