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Shimano Alivio FD-T4000 9 Speed Front Derailleur - Silver - 44/48t - 66-69deg

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For 34.9 mm frame tubes as shim not included

- Great value Alivio dual pull multi-fit triple front derailleur offering crisp performance on- and off-road for 9-speed drivetrains
- Advanced light action design uses smooth-running pivots and linkages for effortless, accurate shifts
- Top swing design for positive shifting action
- Dual pull design allows it to be used with top or bottom cable routing
- Multi-fit design for 31.8 and 34.9 mm frame tubes
- For bike designs with 66-69 degree chainstay to seat tube angle
- Can be used with either 44 or 48T outer chainrings
- Compatible with 9-speed drivetrains
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Excellent Shimano Front Derailleur
By Hashtag
25 Sep 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone
ProsIncludes adapters for different seat tube sizes
I purchased this Shimano Front Derailleur as part of an upgrade on my 90’s MTB/now trekking bike which has included new wheels, conversion from freewheel to freehub/cassette, 7 speeds to 9 speeds etc. This FD was very easy to install and set-up and works perfectly with the other Shimano components in the new drivetrain and has totally transformed my favourite bike into an even better daily rider.
Questions & Answers (3)
Can I use this to replace a very old pull down 9 speed XT triple front mech on a 44T.
By
22 Oct 2020
Hello, yes this should be ok.

JK 27.10.20
What is the correct way to measure the seat tube angle?
By
14 Jul 2020
Some websites measure the seat tube angle as the angle between the seat tube and a line drawn between the wheel axles, i.e. parallel to the ground, while this product descriptions gives the seat tube angle as the angle between the seat tube and the chain stays.
Different manufactures measure in different ways, so there is no one correct method to measure this angle.
Can I use this as a replacement fron a acera fd m3000 9 speed also my chainset 42t-32t-22t
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27 Apr 2020
HI, yes I believe it will work. Thanks 28/04/2020