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The derailleur’s cage is shorter, so that it can be run very close to the cranks outer bashguard.

The derailleur’s cage is shorter, so that it can be run very close to the cranks outer bashguard. Its short length also gives more tire clearance, and will work especially well for 29-inch wheeled bikes.

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The derailleur’s cage is shorter, so that it can be run very close to the cranks outer bashguard. Its short length also gives more tire clearance, and will work especially well for 29-inch wheeled bikes.
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The derailleur’s cage is shorter, so that it can be run very close to the cranks outer bashguard.
The derailleur’s cage is shorter, so that it can be run very close to the cranks outer bashguard. Its short length also gives more tire clearance, and will work especially well for 29-inch wheeled bikes.
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