Slam derailleur + Shimano Pulley OR Shimano derailleur + Sram Pulley

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Dokas
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by Dokas

Slam Diller + Shimano Pulley
OR
Shimano Diller + Sram Pulley

Have you ever used it?


Is the bearing internal diameter of the pulley different??

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Lewn777
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by Lewn777

Hang on though. You're talking about using entire pulleys or just pulley wheels or changing the bearings? :?
I suppose it depends on the model. Some older ones might be interchangable and some mountain bike stuff might work.

Not sure why you'd want to change anything over. I've experimented with aftermarket pulley wheels, pulleys and read up on it a little. I would say the only thing that really makes sense would be to buy alloy or Ti aftermarket bolt kits as these just make your stuff lighter but don't effect performance or safety negatively.

Aftermarket pulley systems, well I don't beleive the hype, maybe a watt or two saved even with ceramic speed, Chinese or Taiwan ebay copies, well I just don't trust those to last over 5000 kms and weight savings are surely negigible with some stuff heavier.

All in all I think if you are aiming for a reliable, safe and powerfully perfporming RD just use the RD as it was designed by the manufacturer.

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by jih

What is a "Slam Diller"?

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by Frankie - B

I suppose the OP means Sram Derailleur.

Seriously, i don't know why you would want to try shimano jockey wheels in a sram derailleur and vice versa. Op, please explain.
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Frankie - B wrote:
Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:12 pm
I suppose the OP means Sram Derailleur.

Seriously, i don't know why you would want to try shimano jockey wheels in a sram derailleur and vice versa. Op, please explain.

It very clearly states "Slam diller" and "Slam Derailleur".

I don't know why this guy wants to slam a diller or the derailleur, but it sounds painful to me. I'd recommend him not slamming anything.

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LOL.........what a mess.

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by Dokas

It's a mistake. This is 'Dailleur.'

The jocky wheels of shimano 11speed and jackie wheels of slam 11 speed are questions about compatibility

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Slam diller is my rap name.
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by JScycle

Dokas wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:29 am
It's a mistake. This is 'Dailleur.'

The jocky wheels of shimano 11speed and jackie wheels of slam 11 speed are questions about compatibility
Dailleur = Derailleur
Jocky = Jockey
Jackie = Jockey
Slam = Sram

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Are SRAM Road derailleur Jockey wheels as crap as the MTB ones?

If they are only 50% better, i'd still not want one on any bike i own.......

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by jih

mattr wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:54 am
Are SRAM Road derailleur Jockey wheels as crap as the MTB ones?

If they are only 50% better, i'd still not want one on any bike i own.......
My ‘slam’ etap red jockey wheels haven’t given me an issue in around 10,000km. What problems did you get with the MTB ones?

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One wet ride from new would see them seize. Shimano ones (of all qualities) will pretty much go until they look like ninja stars.

(And that's not my stuff, i really really dislike all of SRAMs drivetrain/brake offerings, that's from working in a shop.)

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by Sock3t

Dokas wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:29 am
It's a mistake. This is 'Dailleur.'

The jocky wheels of shimano 11speed and jackie wheels of slam 11 speed are questions about compatibility
What does Jackie have to do with this?

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Omg... sram jockey😭😭😭😭😭

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mattr wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:51 pm
One wet ride from new would see them seize. Shimano ones (of all qualities) will pretty much go until they look like ninja stars.

(And that's not my stuff, i really really dislike all of SRAMs drivetrain/brake offerings, that's from working in a shop.)
I have never had what you describe happen to any of my own bikes or one that I have worked on before.

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