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FORCE Rear Derailleur WiFli
Delivering crisp and swift gear changes to your beloved 10-speed mechanical drivetrain, the SRAM FORCE Rear Derailleur WiFli adopts a longer cage than its shorter sibling to fit a 32-tooth cog and conquer steep inclines. The WiFli uses SRAM's two-spring design and Exact Actuation to provide the strength needed for faster and more powerful shifts, and the accuracy required to precisely navigate up and down the cassette. SRAM calls it "a more tolerant" derailleur, meaning it's easier to set up, stays in adjustment longer, and provides more accurate shifting.
The cage is carbon to boost strength and drop weight, while the pulley bearings are made of durable steel. The derailleur is designed to work with 2x SRAM 10-speed drivetrains.
- SRAM's 10-speed, mechanical rear derailleur for cassettes up to 32-teeth
- Delivers fast and precise shifting with Exact Actuation
- Carbon fiber, medium length pulley cage for strength and reduced weight
- Designed for SRAM's 2x drivetrains
- Item #SRM0480
- [pulley bearings] steel, [inner link] magnesuem, [cage] carbon fiber
- Pull Type
- Cage Length
- Claimed Weight
- 6.7oz (190g)
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
October 10, 2016
Great product and US made
- I've put it through the wringer
My Bianchi Zurigo came equipped with the SRAM Apex group set. After the second tire change I upgraded to a 1071 chain and Force derailleurs and Rival carbon shifters and a Mavic Kysrium wheel set. A very noticeable performance change. An extremely quiet drive train when not mudded up and very positive shifting particularly standing into a hill and upshifting under load. SRAM went to 11 speeds so there are some good deals on 10 speed gear out there. Thanks Comp. Cyclist!
Christian M Graupe
August 24, 2020
can you show or send me an image of the actual RD? it says it is silver but this only came in a weird bronze color and black.
October 11, 2019
I have SRAM red 2012 10 speed on my road bike, but the largest rear sprocket that the rear derailleur can use is 28t. Would I be able to replace my SRAM red r.d. with this Force r.d. and then go to a 12x32 cassette? Of course, a new chain as well. Thanks for your help!
October 11, 2019
Yes. That will work.