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Shimano RD-4700 Tiagra 10-speed rear derailleur

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Product Description

The new TIAGRA shifting platform gives virtually effortless and accurate shifting operation. This is an important feature, especially for unexperienced riders as they don’t have to use much power to shift. TIAGRA 4700 runs on a 10-speed drivetrain operated by improved ergonomic shift/brake levers (STI). The slim and compact bracket grip offers easy reach to the brake/shift lever from the hood position and a comfortable lever feeling for a wide range of riders.

Key Features:
  • Offering pro-level features, the 10-speed compatible Tiagra rear derailleur gives high performance at a low price
  • Wide link design increases rigidity and service life
  • Advanced light action for low-friction shifting up or down the block
  • Alloy body's and outer link leads to lower weight without compromising strength and durability
  • 11-tooth pulleys for reduced pulley wear and chain noise
  • Two fluorine-coated link pin bushings for low-friction performance
  • 32 tooth max with triple, 34 tooth max with double chainset
  • Compatible with 10-speed road drive systems


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Derailleur/Mech Guide

What are derailleurs and mechs?

Derailleurs and mechs are two names for the same thing – the parts of your drive train that move the chain between chainrings for the front derailleur/mech and between the cassette cogs for the rear derailleur/mech.

Who needs a derailleur or mech?

Not all bikes have derailleurs, but if your bike has conventional gearing rather than singlespeed or hub gears, you will have at least a rear derailleur. These parts are exposed and somewhat vulnerable to damage, so you may need to replace them if this happens.

What are the choices?

Your choice will largely depend on what is compatible with the rest of your drivetrain, but there are different options for road and mountain bike, by the big three manufacturers, Shimano, SRAM and Campagnolo.

What should I buy with them?

If you’re replacing a front or rear mech, you may need to replace some other parts of your drivetrain as well, for compatibility or because you want them to wear together. These might include the chainrings, rear cassette or chain.

Anything else?

It’s not just compatibility with your other components you need to consider with a mech replacement. Derailleurs also have different fittings for various frame compatibilities, including braze-on fittings and a bolt-on collar.

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