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Shimano Deore XT RD-M772 9 Speed Shadow Top Normal Rear Derailleur - SGS Cage

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- Deore XT Shadow rear derailleur delivers reliable and precise shifting with a stiff and lightweight open design.
- 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 without compromising strength and durability.
- Four fluorine-coated link pin bushings make this one of the slickest shifting derailleurs on the trails.
- High rigidity wide outer link braces the pulley body to increase pivot joint rigidity resulting in a crisp shift.
- Strong return spring for a positive shifting feel.
- SGS cage for use with triple chainsets.
- Mega9, 8 & 7 speed compatible.
- Durable sealed bearing tension pulley.
- Top normal spring for use with Rapidfire shifters.
- Weight: 228 grams for SGS.
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Can this work in conjunction with the 10 speed 4600 STI levers, similar to the RD-M771?
26 Jan 2020
Cheers for your help
Thank you for your enquiry, we can confirm that you would be able to use this rear derailleur with the 10 speed 4600 shifters.
Kind Regards. 27/01/20
Can I use this with a five speed freewheel?
30 Aug 2019
My set-up is
back /14-32 freewheel 5 speed
front / 26-36-46 triple
friction shifting barcons
You can use anything 5 speed or higher with a friction shifter.

Thanks - 30/08/19