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Shimano Claris FD-R2030 8 Speed Triple Front Derailleur - 28.6/31.8/34.9mm

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Front Derailleur (3x8-speed)

Model Number : FD-R2030-B
Series : Claris
Top Gear Teeth : 50T
Chain Stay Angle : 63-66
Chain Line : 45
Average Weight : 122g
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is this a top pull arrangement?
11 Jan 2020
These are bottom pull, Thanks!
What is the lowest inside chainring capacity
08 Apr 2019
Thank you for your enquiry, Shimano recommend that you should use nothing lower that a 30 tooth inner chainring on a chainset when using this derailleur.
Regards. 10/04/19
Are all three clamp sizes with the front mech?
07 Dec 2018
Are spacers included to reduce etc? There is no apparent option to choose clamp size when ordering.
There will be reducer shims in the packaging.

Thanks - 10/12/18
Can I use this with Shimano 2300 (2303?) triple road shifters?
07 Dec 2018
the old ones with the small button on the inside of the hood instead of a paddle behind the brake lever
Yes this will be suitable.

Thanks - 10/12/18
Can i use this with a deore mtb triple 44 tooth big ring
28 Aug 2018
Yes but it would not be optimal.

Is this compatible with flat bar/MTB shifters?
25 Jul 2018
I'm considering converting a road bike to flat bars for commuting. Would this front derailleur work with mountain bike shifters such as Shimano Deore M510?
Hi there,

Unfortunately this will not work as the shifter will pull a different amount of cable.

Can I use this with a deore XT triple chainset ?
20 Jan 2018
Just a bit of background I am adding a pair of road bars to my old trek 8000 the shimano claris sti works with the existing rear mech but the front lever doesnt pull enough cable . Presumably this would fix that ?
Hi there,

Whether this will work depends on a few things including the chain line and set up, whether the derailleur limit will match where the chain ring sits. If the mech will not go far enough then it will not shift.It may be easier to visit your local bike shop as with queries like this it is much easier to see the bicycle in person.