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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 4.1 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by отличный переключатель, переключает плавно и точно о надежности написать не могу, пользуюсь всего перу месяцев легко установить и настроить 16 March 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by good for the money For the very cheep price i paid its an ace bit of kit. fitted it to my work bike that i use every day going strong and smooth. 13 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lightweight and quality item Needed a BB for the mtb I got and wanted quality so has to be shimano Very highly recommend it no disappointment here. 14 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best 8 speed Rear Mech I could find. I got one because I was utterly fed up years ago with the dire Shimano Altus, and it's rubbish pivots and spring. My M410's been going for years, even when I don't clean it for a while, but it does work better clean. I use mine with an Avid Rollamajig which has a pulley wheel to rotate the gear cable well over 90 degrees, so removing the need for most of the stupid outer cable bend, it also seems to speed up and improve shifting accuracy too; SRAM seems to have added an inferior version of this idea to some of their Rear Mechs. I replaced the stupid, no-bearing, standard Nylon Jockey Wheels with Tacx Steel Bearing ones, and more recently with Tacx Ceramic Bearing ones, because I got fed cleaning out jammed in hair, various vegetation fibres, and other junk, and them getting wobbly, so messing up shifting, due to wear. I have looked at the SRAM X4; however it lacks a rear adjuster, which would be a pain, and having bare cable over an exposed plastic curve (no pulley) does not inspire confidence e.g. risk of cable damage from debris and friction. 24 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice little derailer I know it's a cheap Shimano derailer. But I have great relation with cheap Shimanos! From spinning reels to derailers. It lasted two years (came stock with my Trek 4 series MTB) and now replaced with the same model. Adjusted and it works like a Swiss watch. 22 September 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by decent just mounted this "bad boy" on my moms city bike to replace an even cheaper, dead shimy derr. it's immediatly clear it uses a way to light spring to keep working effectivly, even with propper chain length the pivot spring doesn't take up all the slack like it should. also the main spring is flimsy, sure it works for city bikes but I give this less than a year for daily use. it's a shame deore 9 speed probably won't work on 7/ 8 spd bikes cause that would be a far better choice. otherwise it does shift pretty good so for the time being can't fault it for this price! 24 February 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by I have had 4, and 4 have broke i have had 4 Shimano Alivio M410 7/8sp Rear Mech and all have failed in a destructive way causing me a total cost of over £150, this is due to the need to replace components which the derailleur damaged once it failed. the damaged components include chains, hole wheels and other smaller things. however this was on my MTB and perhaps was not a suitably tough bit of kit, this is the only reason i am not giving this a one star ratting. (i do understand i may have been made bitter by the costs i have encored) 03 July 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Точное переключение ,отличная деталь для 7-и и 8-и скоростных велосипедов.Один минус не подойдёт для работы с 22 зубьями спереди и 34 зубьями сзади. 25 June 2012
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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, 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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yes a nice change
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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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