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SRAM Derailleur Pulley Extras

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Sram commissioned Ceramic Speed to design ceramic bearings for their pulleys. While these bearings are standard for the Red Rear Derailleur, here is a great upgrade for your Force or Rival rear derailleur. Hybrid ceramic bearings supercharge your rear derailleur to make you even faster!

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