Shimano Deore M612 10 Speed Triple Alloy MTB Chainset
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Shimano Deore M612 10sp Triple Chainset
The M612 chainset is 965g in weight, and provides a decent level of stiffness combined with low weight, and competitive pricing too. Compatible woith MTB 10 speed gearing, and manufactured from alloy, it also provides Intuitive Dyna-Sys gear combination bring rider, bike, and trail together. Rider tuned: Fit various bike and riding style by choice of gear combination. Please note, external Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket is included. Features: The 2-piece design chainset features an external bottom bracket system which is a lightweight rigid design that is incredibly strong and durable Lightweight and rigid steel bottom bracket axle SG-X chainring with patented spike pins give smooth and fast gear shifts under load Lightweight aluminium outer with steel/glass fibre composite middle and steel inner chainrings We recommend that the bottom bracket is initially installed by a bike shop to ensure perfect facing and fit 96mm bolt circle diameter 10-speed Dyna-Sys compatible Weight: 965g
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Tags: 10 speed, Alloy