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Replacement jockey wheel with high strength plastic and sealed bearing.

• Size: 11T
• Weight: 9g/pcs
• Shimano compatible
  • Colour: Red, Blue, Gold, Green, Orange
  • Teeth: 11t
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Read others reviews - they really are helpful Yep I did take my own advise and read the reviews of others before I bought these & at the very least it prepared me for the impending difficulty to fit them. They go together easily but the hole was too tight and I needed to use a chainsaw chain file to increase the size Oh yeh and on one - a flat file as they were a little too fat as well. Shame because these are a nice product & I do recommend them but read what others have to say 14 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by great, but a pig to fit. Smooth changing again thanks to these very nice jockey wheels with close tolerance precision fitting. Work really very well. So well that I've ordered a second spare set at this price of £12. The downside... they're not fully assembled and are very close tolerance in the engineering. They are tight and a pig to assemble... seem too fat and need gently and firmly assembling to have the right profile. Once done thay work a treat. The flip side is easy assemble wheels from other manufacturers are sloppy and wear quickly. Put them together in the kitchen. Seriously. I tried in the garden in the sun and spend 30 minutes crawling areound the lawn looking for bits! 17 August 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Inexpensive but plastic spacers are poor. I got these for under £10. They work and add a little bling. As with the other reviewers, the plastic spacers would not fit the Shimano bolts and I had to use a rat-tail file to fix the problem. There are deff issues with quality control of the plastic spacer parts - too tight on the bolts and variable thickness from one piece to another. If you have some old Tacx jockey wheels, you might be able to use the spacers from those... 26 March 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good quality, but same fitting issues as above I thought the comments about these wheels not fitting to be a bit questionable, so I bought them anyway to fit to my Deore rear mech... With the black plastic inserts in place, the overall width was 2mm wider than the original wheels although this doesn't seem to cause an issue. The centre bore on the wheel (with the black inserts in place) was approximately 0.2mm undersized when compared the the hole through the bearing on the original part. This doesn't sound like a lot, however it was small enough to prevent the wheel from fitting onto the original bolting pins, making it impossible to assemble the mech. The plastic is too soft to attempt to ream the centre bore out, so I have swapped the pins for a standard M5 bolt. Its worth noting that the black spacers can be omitted and the wheels installed just with the anodized plates, however once these are clamped up tight between the mech arms, the wheels are unable to spin freely. For effective operation the black plastic inserts need to be in place! All this was a little annoying, and for £23.99 they would have got sent right back, but I only paid £9.99 in the sale, so I'm not that fussed about having to fiddle with it. Just be warned if you don't happen to be fortunate enough to have a handful of spare bolts knocking around to try and install them with. All this being said, once installed with all the parts and the alternate bolts, they do seem to spin rather nicely on the sealed bearing and the plastic of the wheel does actually seem to be as resilient as stated in the description! Rob 01 August 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by does not fit on shimano XT Should have read other reviews. Indeed width and bore do no match shimano XT 2005 03 June 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rubbish Dont fit a xt rear mech, tried without spacers, dont spin when tightened, tried with spacers and after forcing the bolt though, they turned out to be too wide to tighten the bolt, causing the thread to strip in the mech, I now have to order a new rear mech. I guess they may work in something, but not a XT. 08 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ok so the bearing look well made and they have made the transition of the gears at the rear better i have to say. My only issue with them is that they come with plastic spacers that the instructions tell you to fit. You don't need them if you have an xt set up as they don't fit with the bolts. Other than that they are really good, and shouldn't wear to quickly 24 February 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by No problem I'm not sure I follow the other posters, I put mine onto an ultergra 6700 rear deraileur and have had no problems. They seem to run pretty smooth and the plastic is pretty tough. I had a set of the Token Tiramic wheels on another bike and they were better, the Mowa's are better than what came off the ultegra deraileur. 07 September 2011
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I have tried assembling them both in a Campagnolo Xenon, and a Shimano 105 mech, and I am confused by the fact that when I tighten the bolts, the anodised covers seem to clamp tight and stop the jockeys from rotating.

Also, neither of them appear to have any float, which I thought was kind of essential to smooth shifting in the upper jockey.
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Based on the fact that these are compatible with both Campag and Shimano

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/tacx-jockey-wheels-s-steel-bearings/rp-prod75819

And the Mowa listing does not specify whether it is 7/8 or 9/10/11 speed, I thought it safe to assume that the same jockeys which are generally interchangeable, should work on both mechs. Both mechs also tend to have a floating jockey.
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These jockey wheels are not designed for use with Campagnolo derailleurs; in regards to the fitting issue with the Shimano 105 deraileur, please contact our Technical Department here -

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...
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Please list compatibility with Shimano groupsets.

Which jockey wheels go with Shimano 105 road derailleur?

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Aslong as your current 105 rear mech has a 11 tooth jockey wheel then these will be a good replacement. They are a little fiddly to fit but once in place they are a great job.
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