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how do I tell if my SRAM XO Rear Derailleur is med short or long cage?

Old 11-24-10, 09:45 AM
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how do I tell if my SRAM XO Rear Derailleur is med short or long cage?

Anyone? Bueler?

heheh thanks
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We have a newbie comedian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Seriously, I have one for sale and they are asking. So Mr. Foxworthy, what are the measurements?

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if the pulleys look like they are almost touching, it's a short cage.
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Post a pic.
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Originally Posted by never View Post
Post a pic.
okay, not sure how that'll help but here goes:



C_Heath, I can give you measurements on shimano long, medium, and short cages if you think it'll help.
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That guy should definitely be on a road bike!!
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It looks like someone photoshopped Lance on a mountain bike.
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Thats steeper than it looks.....and that guy has a power bar in his left hand. I think he has a short cage helet on as well.
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Fine, I'll post something useful...SRAM X0 short cage derailleur pulleys are 2 1/4" apart (center to center).
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Originally Posted by mtnbiker66 View Post
Thats steeper than it looks.....and that guy has a power bar in his left hand. I think he has a short cage helet on as well.
Don't we have pictures of everyone else pushing right there? You must be a machine!
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I don't know why you just didn't take the shuttle.
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LMAO what the hell happened to my thread!!! I no longer need the measurements but Im trying to find out what that dude is doin?
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Originally Posted by C_Heath View Post
.....I no longer need the measurements but Im trying to find out what that dude is doin?
i'm not sure, i think he is doing what the kids call "riding a bike"
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But he would likely be having more fun if he was on a 29er.
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....with Bontrager tires.
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