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Shimano Deore XT FD-M8020-L 11 Speed Double Front Derailleur - Low Clamp - Side Swing - Front Pull

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- Lightweight front low clamp band mount Dyna-Sys11 11 speed double MTB derailleur for smooth gear changes.
- Designed specifically with modern trail bikes in mind, Shimano XT side swing technology front derailleurs increases tyre clearance by 15mm, while new cable routing resulting in the lightest shifting action yet.
- Side pull cable routing.
- Reinforced light weight chain guide adds rigidity & improved response.
- Wider pivot link increases torsional rigidity.
- Easy access angled adjustment screws & clamp bolt.
- Angled inner chain guide tail for increased tyre clearance.
- Dyna-Sys11 11 speed design - for use with Dyna-Sys11 11 speed MTB drivetrains.
- Developed specifically for double chainsets & frames with band on frame design.
- Comes with low band clamp & necessary shims for all band dimensions.
- Specifically developed for 68 & 73mm bottom bracket shells with a 48.8mm chain line.
- 66-69 degree chainstay to seat tube angle range.
- 34-38 tooth outer ring compatible.
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Which Shimano XT front derailleur
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05 Dec 2017
I am changing my Ultegra front derailleur for the XT 2x11. I have a fixed verticle mount on my seat tube with downward cable routing. Which XT version do I need
Hi,

We do not stock the product you are loking for,

I believe the part code is "FDM8025HX6"

We could special order the item but I am unable to guarantee it is the right one as there are a few different types and no photo from supplier. Can you confirm whether your frame has direct mount, low or high clamp?

Thanks