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Shimano SM-AD11 Front Derailleur Clamp

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    • One Color, Front Derailleur Adapter, 31.8mm
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    • One Color, Front Derailleur Adapter, 34.9mm
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    If you own a braze-on front derailleur and then purchase a frameset that requires a clamp-on front derailleur, this is what you need so you can keep using the derailleur you already own. It transforms a braze-on front derailleur into a clamp-on style in a matter of moments. You'll need to choose one of three sizes -- 28.6mm, 31.8mm, or 34.9mm (aka 1-1/8", 1-1/4", and 1-3/8" respectively).

    Two notes of interest: These clamps are 100% compatible with both Shimano and Campagnolo front derailleurs. Also, the 28.6mm clamp isn't made by Shimano. Shimano doesn't manufacture a 28.6mm clamp. Rather, it's made by the highly regarded company, Problem Solvers.

    • Item #SHI0488

    Tech Specs

    Material
    alloy
    Compatibility
    28.6mm, 31.8mm, 34.9mm
    Recommended Use
    braze-on adapter

    Tech Specs

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    It works but....

      Yeah, its a pretty simple concept and it does work I had a few issues on my Cinelli cross bike build. It seems this adapter is meant for Di2 derailleurs as there is a lot of vertical surface area that I assume would make contact with the electronic motor that was left unused by the 105 mechanical I am using. As a side result of this I had to mount the clamp band in a position that interfered with installing a bottle cage on the seat tube. I ended up going with a FSA adapter that works better, has better build quality and was cheaper.

      Easy does it.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Quick fix for getting your braze-on to a clamp on frameset. Nothing flashy here, it does the job well. Secure, sturdy, cheap.

      Unanswered Question

      Is there any reason this wouldn't work with a SRAM Apex front derailleur?