Shimano XT 2x10 Crank, front derailleur and Brakes

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3 years 6 months ago #44665 by shawnRM
shawnRM replied the topic: Re: Shimano XT 2x10 Crank, front derailleur and Brakes
hey Keith,
will that xt crankset work with a pressfit BB or could you get an adapter for it. I'm also the the derailleur also. You can email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


thanks,
shawn

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3 years 10 months ago #44520 by KeithB
KeithB replied the topic: Re: XT 2x10 Group for Sale $450
Sold!
I still have the 38x24, 175mm crank; High, direct mount front derailleur; for $150 together
$200 for the pair of brakes, $275 with 180 rotors and adapters.

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3 years 11 months ago - 3 years 10 months ago #44486 by KeithB
KeithB created the topic: Shimano XT 2x10 Crank, front derailleur and Brakes
XT 2/10 Drivetrain / Brakes: 2/3x10 shifters with gear display; Long cage XT Shadow+ clutch rear derailleur; Direct mount top pull – or - 34.9mm High clamp, top pull front derailleur (your choice); XT 175 mm crank with 38x26 or 38x24 rings (your choice), XT 11-36 cassette; and new in box XT 10 speed chain. All parts are the Black color option and new take offs. No BB included $450,

$650 with XT brakes (organic non-finned pads),

$725 with 180 mm Ice-tech rotors F&R and mounting hardware. Brakes / rotors with the full group only.
Last Edit: 3 years 10 months ago by KeithB. Reason: Updated listing

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