Shimano Claris R2000 8 Speed Rear Mech
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Shimano Claris R2000 8sp Rear Derailleur - 8 Speed
Smooth gear transitions increases road riding enjoyment- Lighter operation- Wide gear range SS type. Specifications:- Maximum sprocket:32T. Minimum sprocket:11T. Maximum front difference:16T. Total capacity:37T. Average weight:approx. 268 gr. For 2x10V systems. Compatible with cassettes 11-42T.
|Claris R2000 8sp Rear Derailleur Specification|
|Components Type||Rear Mechs|
|Type||8 speed, Rear|
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