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Old 10-20-05, 04:22 PM   #1
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What is Shimano's model# for XT rear der. NON-RAPID RISE?

All I can find is RD-M750 (and RD-M760), but they appear to be Rapid Rise (low normal).

Does anyone know what the high-normal XT rear derailleur model number is?
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Old 10-20-05, 04:25 PM   #2
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M750, check this out.
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Thanks, but the RD-M750 is a low-normal Rapid Rise part. I need to know if there is an XT high-normal part.
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That is one! I have that mech! When I relieve tension, it goes down to my 11 tooth.
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M750 is correct. M760 is Rapid Rise.
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Cool! Thanks guys.
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That is one! I have that mech! When I relieve tension, it goes down to my 11 tooth.
I too have the SGS M-750 rear derailiuer and it does indeed act in this manner
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