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Shimano ST 5700 STI brifters compatible with 9 or 11 speed derailleurs?

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Old 02-11-19, 11:43 AM
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Shimano ST 5700 STI brifters compatible with 9 or 11 speed derailleurs?

Shimano 5700 is the last ten speed 105 drivetrain. Is it backwards of forward compatible? I know it must be used with a Shimano or Sram 10-speed cassette. What derailleurs can be mixed in?
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9-speed shimano non-dyna sis MTB derailleurs. E.g., deore. (I ran this setup for a while so I could run an 11-36 cassette. Shifting was OK -- not great, just OK. Also the 11-36 was overkill. Also, I hated the 5700 shifters because they never shifted right even without mixing components.)

Ultegra 10-speed maybe? I think Lenard Zinn has a chart somewhere.

but NOT Tiagra 10-speed, different cable pull.
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Originally Posted by ksryder View Post
9-speed shimano non-dyna sis MTB derailleurs. E.g., deore. (I ran this setup for a while so I could run an 11-36 cassette. Shifting was OK -- not great, just OK. Also the 11-36 was overkill. Also, I hated the 5700 shifters because they never shifted right even without mixing components.)

Ultegra 10-speed maybe? I think Lenard Zinn has a chart somewhere.

but NOT Tiagra 10-speed, different cable pull.
Got it! It will take all 10 speed except 4700 Tiagra 10 speed.

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Got it! It will take all 10 speed except 4700 Tiagra 10 speed.
...or Deore 10 speed. With those exceptions (and DA 740X) completely backwards compatible down to 6 speed SIS.
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