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Shimano Deore XT FD-T8000-H 10 Speed Triple Front Derailleur - Conventional Swing - 63-66 Deg

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- Lightweight front Conventional swing 10-speed trekking derailleur for smooth gear changes
- Dual Pull design for use with top or bottom cable routing
- The regular Multi-fit band clamp assures easy and secure fit on any frame type, with adapters to suit seat tube sizes 34.9, 31.8 and 28.6 mm
- Reinforced light weight chain guide adds rigidity and improved response
- Wider pivot link increases torsional rigidity
- Easy access angled adjustment screws and clamp bolt
- Angled inner chain guide tail for increased tyre clearance
- 10-speed design - for use with 10-speed trekking drivetrains
- Specifically developed for 68 and 73 mm bottom bracket shells with a 50 mm chain line
- 63-66 degree chainstay to seat tube angle range
- 48 tooth outer ring compatible, total capacity 22 teeth
- Dyna-Sys 10-speed MTB drivetrain compatibility
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Hi, Can this be used with a triple x 6 speed?
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27 Oct 2020
It appears only the cheaper front changers, like the Tourney state compatibility with a 6 speed. I wanted something like this of higher quality. Generally are those front changers supporting more more speeds than 6 compatible with 6 speeds?
Thanks.
Front changes need to be mated to the correct speed chain- in some cases, you can use a 10 speed changer with a 9-speed system as the chain widths are similar however something like this is so far out it will not work.

JK 27.10.20
Dyna sys?
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24 Sep 2018
I'm trying to get a new Shimano triple front derailleur using a friction shifter. Not using anything Dyna sys. As I don't want Dyna sys

Is this product Dyna sys? It doesn't say it is. But...
Hi, Shimano 8000 series components are Dyna-Sys. Thanks