Shimano Altus Front Derailleur - FD-M370 (9 Speed) -

Shimano Altus Front Derailleur - FD-M370 (9 Speed)


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The Altus FD-M370 front derailleur offers the Dual-Pull technology, so the the shifting cable can be pulled from the top or from the bottom. Chain guides are made of chromed steel.

The adapters allow the use with tube diameters of 28.6, 31.8mm and 34.9 mm. 50mm chain line.


  • Altus wide link 9-speed compatible dual pull multi-fit front derailleur for recreational off-road use
  • Compact top swing design
  • Low-friction wide linkage reduces shifting effort and increases rigidity
  • Dual pull design allows it to be used with top or bottom cable routing
  • Multi clamp band is compatible with all frame dimensions
  • Designed for hybrid bike fitment with 63-66 degree chainstay to seat tube angle range
  • For outer chainring size from 44 to 48 tooth, total capacity 22 teeth
  • Compatible with 9-speed drivetrains
  • Designed for 50 mm chain line only


Model No FD-M370 
Series ALTUS M370 Series
Number of chainrings 3
Shifting system 9-speed
Shifting actuation Mechanical
Front derailleur type Low Clamp
Front derailleur max. teeth 48
Front derailleur capacity 22
Construction type/Clamp Diameter Clamp 28,6mm ||| Clamp 31,8mm ||| Clamp 34,9mm ||| Low Clamp
Material Chain guides: chromed steel
Weight supplement Chain stay angle 66-69°
Colour Black
Weight 190g

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Very good derailleur

Very smooth shifting

Akshay Singh
best front derailleur

best front derailleur

Bit pricey but Perfect upgrade from Tourney

This had no reviews so was a bit skeptical at first.
Packaging - Good.
Delivery time - Good.
Will be buying a lot from cyclops now.

Coming to product, this is a bit pricey for what it is but this is the perfect upgraded from cheap tourney stuff for 1000 bucks.

SOLID build.
Easy to adjust and setup provided you can open chains.
The shifting part is substantial, chunky metal build.
Didn't even have to touch the adjustment screws.
The spring is a bit on stiffer side so needa more effort to shift. But finally all my front shifting problems are gone.
Much free-er movement, much smoother shifts.
I hope this reviews helps.

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