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Old 05-17-05, 01:27 PM   #1
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Is this XT or XTR?



Is this an XT (FD-M760) or XTR (FD-M960) front derailleur? Don't necessarily go by the box.
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Old 05-17-05, 01:30 PM   #2
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Judging by the finish, I'd say XTR
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I'd say XTR....
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XTR. You could just look at the numbers on the clamp to find out. XTR has a smooth cage and the xt does not.

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Also XTR comes in an XTR box, XT does not.












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Also XTR comes in an XTR box, XT does not.
So If I take a dump in an XTR box it is immediately 27 grams lighter?

he said.....don't go by the box
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So If I take a dump in an XTR box it is immediately 27 grams lighter?
You must have some weird shyte if it makes the box lighter
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