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Upgrading to deore rear derailleur

Old 04-24-18, 05:31 AM
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Upgrading to deore rear derailleur

Hello guys, I'm using a shimano altus derailleur which was provided with my bicycle, now I want to change it to deore{9/10** derailleur? My bike is a 9×3 machine. Thanks
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This is the "fitting your bike" forum. Even the dumbest newbie would have figured out to ask this question where it is most likely to get answerred - namely in the "bike mechanics" subforum.
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