Shimano Saint Gs Rear Derailleur

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8 Reviews for Saint Gs Rear Derailleur

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 Konastinkylover recommends this becuase it has a low profile design, and shifts very nicely. Tucks away so its not it harm of hitting rocks. Pretty resonably priced, and goes well with the other saint components so your bike matchs and looks bitch'n.
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 super sweet rear der, very strong spring, does not hit a frame, keeps a chain on wanted rings no matter what rockgarden are ya hitting, looks sweet. Mine wieghts less than shown in Spec on the left - 236g. Bombproof!
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 The toughest rear mech on the market!

Perfectly suited to DH, FR, AM and Enduro riding, with exellent quality in the design and a great shift to prove it.

A must have if you like trail smashing!
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 The only thing you have to watch out for is the chainstay; it may bang up against it even with the adjustments turned all the way. On one of my frames there's about a 1mm gap. Other than that I like 'em.
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 pros;crispness,great looks,durability,stays in line or behind chainstay compared to all srams. cons;weight,$60 more compared to xt.
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 i run this derailer and love it.

pros.sweet design,very strong withstands knocks and bumps,shifts smooth. worth every penny

cons: none yet
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 Sharp, Crisp and well designed for the price is well recommended over the SRAM X.0 all day. Plus its took the dog bits on your bike.
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 Best rear mech I've ever used. Not a single problem with it, looks good and is literally a bolt on and ride off job to fit.
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Shimano Saint Gs Rear Derailleur (MSRP $185.25) — SHORT CAGE: The low-profile design of the Shimano Shadow rear derailleur tucks in to the dropout area to escape contact with rocks and branches that can ruin a ride in a matter of seconds.

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Release Date 2009
Price $185
Weight 250 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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