Shimano Dura-Ace Triple FD-7703 Front Derailleur

Dura-Ace Triple FD-7703

Light Alloy Chain Cage: Nickel plated light alloy chain cage reduces weight, resists wear. Braze-on.

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Wes   Recreational Rider [Dec 11, 2005]

23 tooth range, DA quality


none yet, but haven't used much yet

Actually with only having used this product a very short time, I wouldn't normally write a review yet. But I'm gonna, and here's why. I bought a Truvative Roulluer racing triple crankset with 53-39-30 chainrings. Perfect! But here's the problem: front derailleurs which will handle a 23 tooth difference. If you look at the specs the Ultegra 6603 and the Dura-Ace 7803 are set up for 52-39-30. Now I don't know if the one extra tooth would cause a problem, but I didn't want to find out. So upon further review, I found that the older Dura-Ace 7703 was set up for 53-39-30. Why they went to a 52 tooth big ring fot the 7803 I don't know. Also the 105 and Tiagra will not work with a 39 tooth middle ring, you must use the 42 which is standard on many triple setups (this is due to the shape of the derailleur). I've used it enough to know that it works well, but not enough to comment on durability.

Similar Products Used: Tiagra, 105
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