Shimano RD-TZ31A Bike Rear Derailleur 6/7 Speed Direct Mount

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Shimano RD-TZ31A Bike Rear Derailleur

The Shimano RD-TZ31A Bike Rear Derailleur is a high-quality, durable, and reliable component designed to enhance the performance of your 6-7 speed bicycle. This rear derailleur is made from high-quality materials, including a sturdy and corrosion-resistant steel frame, making it perfect for long-lasting use.

Designed to provide smooth and precise shifting, this rear derailleur features a direct mount design that provides enhanced stability and rigidity for your bike's drivetrain. This ensures that your chain remains securely in place, even when riding on rough terrain.

Installation of the Shimano RD-TZ31A Bike Rear Derailleur is straightforward, and the derailleur is compatible with a wide range of bicycle models. It is easy to adjust and tune to ensure optimal shifting performance, and the direct mount design means that it is easy to install and remove.


  • MODEL: RD-TZ31A Black Rear Derailleur
  • PERFORMANCE: Forged with high-hardness aluminum alloy. The hollow weight-reduction design is adopted, and the speed change is more stable.
  • PRECISE ADJUSTMENT: High-hardness aluminum alloy body adjustment, adjustment is more precise. It can be adjusted slightly in multiple places to ensure accurate speed change performance.
  • INSTALLATION: Fast and convenient installation and easy maintenance. (Note: The bike rear derailleur is a direct mount, not a hub bolt mount. Please check the mount type of the original part before ordering.)
  • SCOPE OF APPLICATION: Suitable for mountain bikes, station wagons, folding bikes, etc. 

Shimano RD-TZ31A Bike Rear Derailleur Detail Photo


Model Shimano RD-TZ31A
Material Aluminum Alloy
Speed grade 6 speed/7 speed
Installation method Direct Mount
Weight  About 260g

Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
Thomas Waldron

exact copy of original which was broken

Corwin L.
Poor chain SPRING

The chain jumps off the gears when pressure is needed.

Works like a charm

We have an E bike and the original part broke. We replaced it with this new part. It was easy to install and has worked seamlessly for month and a half now, the construction of it seems well built and we have had no problems with it.

As Expected

Looks identical to what I ordered. Hope all goes well with the installation.

Dave Butler

This product is great

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