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Shimano Tourney TX35 6/7-speed Rear Derailleur

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Price: $9.50 - $19.99
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Shimano Tourney TX35 6/7-speed Rear Derailleur + Shimano FD-TX50 Tourney Front Derailleur (34.9-28.6-mm 3x6/7 Speed Low-Clamp)
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  • ASIN: B00JEQBL8Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,993 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy install, adjustments very simple and easy.
dino4520
Looks great, quality piece. nothing bad about it. installed well, works great!
Peter Subosits
It gets the job done and was easy to install and adjust.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Consumer Joe on December 11, 2011
Size Name: 6/7 Speed Verified Purchase
Installed this on our 7speed bike several month ago. 300miles later it still shifts very well without any additional adjustment. Great value.

Be aware that the Tourney derailleurs come in two hanger style, the claw (open hole) style (this one) and the closed hole style. Make sure you get the one that fits your bike. They are not interchangeable.

Edit: having now about 1000 miles. and still going well. No problem whatsoever.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dan on March 30, 2012
Size Name: 6/7 Speed Verified Purchase
Construction is mostly metal housing with plastic gears. This is an upgrade from almost any bike you'll find at a big box store such as K-mart or Wall-mart and is an excellent replacement for the price. Unless you plan to be crashing into trees while downhill racing this will perform well for almost any rider.

Be sure the set the limiting screws so you can't pull the derailleur all the way into the spokes on the rear wheel. I've seen many bikes returned to the store after this has happened, or after the bike is dropped and bends the derailleur.

As another reviewer mentioned, this derailleur attaches to the rear wheel axle and is held on by the wheel nut. There is another type that attaches to the frame of the bike near the rear wheel with a bolt that usually takes a 5mm hex bit, but this is less common. Be sure to check which type you need before ordering.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JJGuy on June 27, 2012
Size Name: SGS Long Cage 6/7 Speed Regular Mount
Got the Shimano Tourney at a local store (instead of online) as it was on clearance for $11. i think the model is the TX31 (same or close to TX35).
Using it a replacement for a bent derailleur on my sons bike. Apparently will work for 6/7/8 speeds as you just adjust the limit screws.

Not the highest quality but should do the trick for a couple years for my purposes.

Purchased the version with the hanger as my direct connect dropout was bent/stripped when we damaged the original derailleur.

Using it with GripShift adjusters.

Plastic construction - would not buy this if you were doing regular trail riding and would also recommend derailleur guard (especially for kids).

Easy install - don't need to separate the chain as you can remove one of the derailleur sprockets and insert chain and reinsert sprocket.

Takes a bit of adjustment and testing to get limits and cable tension right but should be smooth after a bit - if you are having trouble shifting (too hard) you may need a new cable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris R. on September 26, 2013
Size Name: SGS Long Cage 6/7 Speed Regular Mount Verified Purchase
Less than half the price of a local bike store!

Tools required:
5mm hex key (for mounting bolt)
3mm hex key (to take apart the cage to install the chain)
11/32 wrench (for the cable clamp nut)
small screwdriver, phillips or flat head (for adjusting/aligning after installation)

I had to bend the frame tab quite a bit to get it to line up, but that's to be expected on a kids' bike -- they beat up their bikes. Hence, the replacement derailleur! Mounting the thing wasn't too difficult compared to bending the frame tab. The instructions were crap, but adjustments were easy after watching the youtube video "How to Adjust Shimano Rear Derailleurs" by Art's Cyclery (I'd provide a link, but I don't know if that's allowed in Amazon reviews).

I installed it in place of a Shimano RD-TX31 (on a Performance Bike "Burnout" model kid's 20" bike), and it is a perfect fit. Be sure you match the mounting style -- this one is a closed-hole mount that attaches to a frame tab below/behind the axle nut. This one is NOT the "claw" type that attaches to the axle.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Laura on January 22, 2012
Size Name: 6/7 Speed Verified Purchase
The Shimano Tourney TX35 Rear Derailleur is sturdy, light, and smooth. I was concerned at first how it would work with the friction shifters on my 1980's Raleigh road bike, but found it to work wonderfully. I have never touched a derailleur prior to this, and installed it myself in about 2 hours (now that I know, it wouldn't take my nearly as long). Adjusting it at times so that the high and lows were set right was tiring, but I believe that to be a fault of my old, need-to-be-replaced shifter cables. I have not had a chance to take it on a long ride, but my initial test ride to ensure proper alignment showed it was a huge step up from the ancient Suntour derailleur that was on it for 25+ years.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dale's Dead-Bug on October 14, 2013
Size Name: 6/7 Speed Verified Purchase
I put this on a 1972 Peugeot road bike after the old derailleur went out. I use it with non-index friction shifters with ease, this is my daily commuter bike.

Have not had any issues with this. Just something to keep in mind if your going to put this on a road bike, that this will "use up" more of your chain with the long cage design. For me, this means that I cannot go big-big without getting a larger chain. This all of course depends on your setup
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Texan-roadie on April 18, 2012
Size Name: 6/7 Speed Verified Purchase
I recently converted my 1979 Schwinn Le Tour to accept a 7 speed freewheel with a mega chainring on the lowest gear. The stock short cage derailleur wouldn't work for the new setup, so I purchased this Shimano Tourney derailleur for the job. A was actually expecting a cheaper product then what I received, so when it came in the mail, it actually exceeded my expectations. The derailleur is made mostly of metal, with the pulleys and cable guide being the only plastic parts. The bolt on the claw adapter came coated in locktite and I have not had to tighten it since I installed it. I paired this derailleur with a set of Shimano tourney thumb shifters, and now my bike doesn't miss a shift. The derailleur is accurate and rarely needs any adjusting. It is a great buy for an old bicycle. You will be able to get around on the bike again and then some.
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