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Category:  Rear Derailleurs
Name:  Mavic 851, SSC
Brand:  Mavic
Primary Group:  SSC
Model:  851
Years:  1980's
Country:  France
Weight:  174 grams
Added By: JFischer on 10/06/07
Updated By: ELGordo on 02/05/11
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Outer Plate MarkingsMAVICInner Plate MarkingsMAVIC (downside)
MaterialAluminum AlloyDesign CategoryInline parallelogram
Attachment Bolt Size6mm Allen KeyCable Attachment Bolt Size5mm Allen Key
Shifting SystemsFrictionCable AdjusterNo
Cage LengthShortMax Cog Size32
Max Chain Wrap36  
General Information
This derailleur was the 'professional' version of the very similar 801 model, which only differed by its clear-anodized plate (see Mavic 1984/1985 catalog).  However by the late 80's it was a bit outdated as it doesn’t have Suntour’s sloping parallelogram which was vastly superior.  It is also completely dismantleable. The Mavic 851 was part of the SSC (Special Service de Course) Group.
Reported By:lavielemond
Report Date:7/21/2018
Report Reason:Incorrect Content, Maximum chain wrap of Mavic 851 Rear Derailleur is 26, NOT 32.
 
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Outstanding Report Submitted  
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 Mavic is best known for its lightweight aluminum rims and complete wheels, which they continue to produce today.  They also produced a full range of drive train components in the past.  Mavic made a failed attempt to popularize an electronic shifting system in the early 90's.
 
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