Shimano Deore Lx Sgs

Shimano Deore Lx Sgs

3 Reviews for Deore Lx Sgs

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 I use these on my DH/FR bikes and on my DJ bike. Don't really need highly accurate shifting like I do on my XC bike (where I run at least an XT) and if I tear these off from a crash I'm not out a ton of money. You can usually find these cheap - the last one I bought was about $40 (USD) from my LBS so I bought two; keeping one as a spare.

I've even used these on some of my XC bikes and they work very well with the XT and XTR shifters.
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 I have been using the same mega nine LX derailleur since 1999. It has been mounted on four different bikes and is currently mounted on my DH rig. This is where parts go to die. It requires some more tuning every season but its a great piece. I Have two others newer models also currently in use.
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 this deraileur is awesome. If your looking for something that can do everything from downhill racing to cross country riding, this is the deraileur. It works awesome with the lx shifters, and switches gears wicked smooth
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Shimano Deore Lx Sgs (MSRP $79.1) — DEORE LX features your choice of both Low-Normal (Rapid-Ride) and Top Normal (conventional) Rear Derailleur designs.

Specifications Compare to other Derailleurs

Release Date 2009
Price $79
Weight 311 g
Actuation Ratio 2.1 : 1
Actuation Ratio - is typically seen in shifters and derailleurs. SRAM primarily uses 1:1 ratio while Shimano primarily uses 2:1. It is imperative that riders check to make sure that their shifters and derailleurs are compatible with one another. If they are not compatible, they will not work.
Speeds 9
Front or Rear Rear

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