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Shimano SLX RD-M675 10-speed SGS Rear Derailleur
BK4-1068
Shimano SLX RD-M675 SGS Rear Derailleur

Capacity:43T
Compatibility: DynaSys 10-speed mountain drivetrain
Material: Aluminum and steel
Max. Cog: 36T
Max. Front Difference: 22T
Min. Cog: 11T
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The SLX RD-M675 SGS has all of the same great features of the RD-M670, including the low profile Shadow design and direct cable routing, but adds the highly lauded Shadow Plus Mech with a roller clutch.
The one-way clutch runs concentric with the rear derailleur cage pivot and its function is to prevent the chain from becoming slack between the cage and the chainring. The benefit of the Shadow Plus friction clutch is that rough terrain doesn't allow the chain to pull against the rear derailleur cage spring, so the chain stays taught and in control.

A strong actuation spring is designed to avoid chainstay and obstacle contact. The wide link parallelogram design increases rigidity and performance. The RD-M670 also has a Top-Normal return spring optimized for Shimano RapidFire shifters.


Two fluoric coated link pivot bushings minimize friction
Aluminum and steel construction with 11-tooth pulleys
Direct mount frame compatible allowing easier removal of rear wheel
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