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Old 09-06-09, 12:19 PM   #1
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Deore LX combo for Trek 800

Hi. I just purchased a Deore LX FD-M571G front derailleur for my Trek 800 mtb and need a LX rear derailleur. What Deore LX rear derailleur will be compatible ?
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What rear shifter do you have?
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Just make sure you don't get one advertised as Low Normal or Rapid Rise, and you should be OK. Even Low Normal would work, but you'd have to adjust to backwards shifting.
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