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    Which Rear Derailleur

    I have a Trek 4500 which has a rear derailleur I'd like to replace .
    It has a 8SIS embossed on it with an"A" superimposed over it. The rear Cassette is a 32T -11T.

    Any suggestion for a replacement Rear derailleurs?

    thanks

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    Any current Shimano MTB rear derailleur will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by well biked View Post

    + 1. Not a bad price. A step or two above the one you are replacing for a very decent sale price.
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    What he said Watch out for the cops...'cause you'll be stealing it!
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    +1. I bought one just because it was on sale. One of the best mtn. deraillerurs for the money.

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    I bought one too a few months ago. It works great.

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    Seventeen bucks is hard to beat. I picked one up for a buck or two more at Jenson for my GF's commuter. Some have commented that the return springs are on the weak side..................
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