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Shimano Alivio Rear Derailleurs 7/8sp M410

Great value Alivio rear derailleur offering crisp performance on- and off-road for 7- or 8-speed drivetrains

Shimano Alivio Rear Derailleurs 7/8sp M410 Features:

  • Advanced light action design with low friction fluorine coated link pivot bushings
  • Top-normal swing design
  • Compatible with 7 and 8-speed rear SIS and Hyperglide sprockets
  • SGS Long Cage

Buy Shimano Alivio Rear Derailleurs 7/8sp M410 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Size: Long Cage
  • Speed: 7-8 Speed
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Нормальный переключатель Особо большого выбора переключателя на 8 скоростей сейчас нет. Взял на замену старого Shimano Altus. Монтаж и настройка без особых проблем. При эксплуатации, отличий от старого переключателя пока не заметил. В целом, хороший переключатель за небольшие деньги. Надеюсь, прослужит долго. 25 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Хороший переключатель для 7-8 скоростных трансмиссий Приобрел данный переключатель взамен стокового Shimano Tourney TX-35 Легко установил и также легко настроил. Переключение качественное и плавное. Брал вариант с длинной лапкой, поэтому переключатель спокойно работает со звездами 22 спереди и 34 сзади. Сначала эксплуатировал с 7-скоростной кассетой, потом с 8-скоростной. Из недостатков - довольно слабое натяжение цепи и как следствие - довольно частые удары цепью по заднему перу. 25 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Mech - Great Price Bought this to replace a 20+ year old one which failed. First, my order arrived the next day... great service! Fitting was straight-forward, and only minimal adjustment needed to get everything aligned. Works fine with my very old Shimano SIS shifters... so all told, very happy. 14 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Great If you are looking at acera or one of the mechs lower quality then this, forget about because this is much better. My acera broke from a twig so I got this and it's much better although it hasn't taken a fall or anything so I can't comment about durability. I don't even feel the gear changes which is beautiful. put it on my 8 speed and it worked fine iff any one was wondering about that. 07 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent value for money Although not the nicest mech you can't get better value than this, not even worth messing around with the old one for this price. Just replace it 15 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb product I bought the M410 to replace an 18 year old Alivio rear mech. The installation was very straight forward resulting in crisp precise gear changes. The modest price makes this Rear Mech tremendous value for money for anyone running a 7 or 8 speed set up. 19 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Basic rear mec Had to purchase another rear mec for a project I was working on, this mec is basic but does what it's meant to , no problems with it at all . 19 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works very smoothly on my 20y old roadbike Easy to install and adjust. And compatible with the 20y old shimano shifters. Long cage tensions the chain really well over 12-32t cassette and 34-50t chainrings. Bought the sram 7speed 12-32t cassette to replace my worn-out shimano HG cassette, because the shimano 7sp cassette was out of stock. But the sram cassette works really well too, and shifts as easily as the shimano. Thanks crc for the very fast delivery! Less than 1 wk to australia! 10 June 2014
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Good Question....

I have had a look into this and found that the Shimano Alivio M410 Rear Mech would have a Maximum tooth Size of 34t, as shown in the link below;

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I want to replace a damaged Shimano 2200 rear derailleur which is on a road bike with shimano shifters and an 11-32 rear sprocket. Will this work as a substitute?
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yes a nice change
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Yes, this RD-M410 should replace the RD-2200. It can run up to an 11-34 cassette and is SIS compatible.
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Could I use this for downhill?

I was wondering if I can put this on my Kona Shred that I go downhilling with, I'm not sure if it can handle the hits?! Thank you!
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This mech is not designed for downhill riding; however theoretically it could be used on any 7-8-speed mountain bike with good success. However as with any mech; if it receives a direct strike (eg. off a rock) then it would be susceptible to fail.
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I have it, I think it would be better for road because it looks pretty weak. Get a shimano deore+ or sram x7+
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Am wanting to move from an rd-mc 18 as its limited to largest sprocket of 30 and I would like a 34t large sprocket.
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The pull ratio on the old shifters is the same as the newer shifters so this rear mech should work fine.
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Hi this may work as I use the same one and I use 9 spd STI. If your using 18spd your freewheel will be 6spd screw on type,you could only try it not 100% sure on that one though.
Thank you.Only thing I recommend is to phone up CRC and they will guide you.
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The cassette and chain listed below would be the ideal options for this setup.
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Hi I would go for the same cassette or a Altus or an acera,most of them are very smooth.as for the chain the same again a Alivio or Acera,or maybe an altus chain.Search for them on CRC.There very good prices.Different Ratios as you mention are more teeth on the cassette for hill climbing so it depends on what your using it for a 12-28 will work or smaller.
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Replacement for Deore m510?

I have a 2005 Giant STP1 with a Deore M510 (long cage) rear derailleur, which i smashed and destroyed.
Would this be a suitable replacement for that (now-discontinued) m510 model?
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Yes, any of the Shimano 8 or 9 speed rear mechs should be fine to use as a replacement for your M510.
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Hi this will work fine but make sure you buy the long cage version.Every bike is different.If you bought a short cage you could use a gear hanger but usually with giant as I use one on my Giant MTB and it works fine as there direct fit with Allen bolt.

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I want to put a 34 tooth sprocket on my road bike (25-30% hills where I live!). I have a cassette but know the current rear mech will not take this size sprocket. If I put this mech on will it work? Is it the sgs mech, as I know some places say long cage but it's actually a medium cage in reality as only the sgs mechs are truly long cage?
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I have 8 speed and would be changing to 8 speed mega range with 34 tooth largest sprocket. The mechs are both shimano tiagra with a limit of 28 teeth and will not get onto the 34 - I tried a direct swop. The mechs are an older version as unsure but the bike is probably early 2000's. It's a Specialized Allez Sport.
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The Alivio is for a MTB Bike you should usually be able to just change your sprocket over on a bike if the cassette is compatible with the speed of the bike.Can I ask what spd your using at present and what Front and rear mech your using.Also depends what type I use Alivio 7sp derailleurs on 9spd shifters.
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Yes; this mech should thread to the derailleur hanger without any problems.
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