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Shimano Deore XT RD-M781 10 Speed Shadow Rear Derailleur - Black

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- Deore XT Shadow Dyna-Sys 10-speed rear derailleur delivers reliable and precise shifting with a stiff and lightweight open design
- Shimano's new Direct Mount Rear Derailleur system gives more space around the rear frame dropout resulting in easier rear wheel removal but also allows frame designers to shorten chain stays, increase axle sizes and move suspension pivots
- Direct Mount gives a simpler, cleaner look
- Shadow features a super low profile design that reduces the risk of damage from trail side hazards
- Single tension spring prevents contact with the chainstay resulting in a silent ride
- Direct cable routing prevents snagging from any trail side hazards
- All-alloy construction leads to lower weight
- Four fluorine-coated link pin bushings
- High rigidity wide outer link braces the pulley body
- Strong return spring for a positive shifting feel
- Improved cable pull ratio provides a more accurate shift action
- Dyna-Sys 10-speed compatible only
- Durable sealed bearing pulleys
- 35T capacity (GS cage)
- 43T capacity (SGS cage)
- Top normal spring uses the spring to select higher gears
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Will This Work With Friction Shifter?
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12 Jan 2017
Will this, or any other clutch rear derailleur, work with a shifter in friction mode? Or will the extra tension be too much?
Hi,

This derailleur you have asked the question on is not actually one of the clutch models, it is the standard non-clutch model. We have never heard of somebody running a friction shifter with a clutch derailleur before and it is not something we have the facility to test so we unfortunately have no way of knowing if this will work or not.

Thanks.