Shimano Deore XT M785 10 Speed MTB Chainset
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Shimano Deore XT M785 10sp Chainset
Shimamo XT M785 10 speed double chainset and bottom bracket - thick crank arms for added stiffness, and with a steel inner ring for durability. A high performance double MTB chainset from the classic ATB group, using the most advanced 10-speed Dyna-Sys chainrings Forged HollowTech II aluminium cranks offer unrivalled strength-to-weight ratio Lightweight construction with external super smooth bottom bracket bearings for efficient use Aluminium double anodized outer chainring with plated inner ring for excellent rigidity and durability Optimised Q-factor for double chainset HG-X chainring with patented spike pins give smooth and fast gear shifts under load Stiffness and strength increased with advanced design due to wider spaced bearings and oversized axle 104 / 64 PCD four-arm chainrings For use with 10-speed HG-X MTB chains only We recommend that this bottom bracket is initially installed by a bike shop to ensure perfect bottom bracket facing and fit Comes complete with bottom bracket for 68 and 73 mm frames 175mm crank length
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