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5Dev Mullet Mod Puts SRAM MTB 1x Transmission on Non-UDH Gravel Specialized

5Dev Mullet Mod Puts SRAM MTB 1x Transmission on Non-UDH Gravel Specialized

5Dev Mullet Mod for Specialized, non-UDH conversion kit to get T-Type Transmission direct mount MTB derailleur on gravel road bikes Maker of some of the…

Monday, Feb 12

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5Dev Mullet Mod for Specialized, non-UDH conversion kit to get T-Type Transmission direct mount MTB derailleur on gravel road bikes Maker of some of the wildest machined mountain bike cranks on the market, 5Dev turns their attention to road & gravel bikes with a game-changing UDH Mullet Mod for non-UDH bikes. What it means is that you can run a new direct mount SRAM mountain bike Transmission (T-Type) derailleur on Specialized bikes that have a conventional hanger.

That’s right, T-type derailleurs on a bike that does NOT have a UDH.

Yes, for the time-bring it is Specialized only. But, we can’t imagine that will last forever, as this could really be a game-changer for updating tons of existing bike! Why not make road and gravel bikes UDH & T-Type compatible?

(Photo/Tyler Benedict) Micro-refresher here, first. SRAM spent a few years convincing the bike-producing world that the universal derailleur hanger – or UDH – was the way of the future. Mountain biking makers got on board pretty quickly. (Photo/Tyler Benedict) And that later turned out to be because SRAM had an all-new direct-mount style T-Type MTB rear derailleur & Transmission in the works. Without tons of different hangers, they could bolt the derailleur directly to your frame, ensuring improved stiffness, perfect alignment, and promising better shifting. All you needed was a UDH-equipped frame. Tons of mountain bikes have already made the leap , so there’s tons of compatible options.

But road bikes and gravel bikes have been slower to get on board, as […]

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