A perfect match for the 2x10 X9 derailleur, SRAM's X9 2x10 Trigger Shifters offers both durability and functionality at a price weekend worriers can afford. The major difference between these and X0 shifters is that X9s get bearings in the bushings instead of the pivot. Another difference is the X9's lever position can't be adjusted like it can on the X0, so if you've suffered a hand injury and adjustment is paramount, you might want to consider the X0.This set is designed for a double front chain ring and ten speeds in the rear. The left shifter is specific for 10-speed double front derailleurs. Both shifters are Matchmaker-X compatible, meaning you can mount them on one clamp along with your brake levers and X-Loc remote for your fork if you have it. The benefit is that your handlebars will be less cluttered and the Matchmaker-X system saves weight over multiple clamps.Like SRAM's top-shelf offerings, these X9 Shifters use its Exact Actuation Technology to ensure quick and precise shifts. The essence of this system is that it uses a 1:1 ratio for cable pull/derailleur movement. The result is easy setup, adjustment, and a system that is more tolerant of slight cable stretch and/or friction in the housing. Cable replacement is easy; simply open up the cable port, pull out the old cable, and thread in the new one.The SRAM X9 2x10 Trigger Shifters have a Grey finish. It's designed to work with all SRAM MTB double front and 10-speed rear derailleurs.
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New Stumpjumper came with SRAM x9 triggers (removed front) , rear is XO type 2 derailleur . 10 speed.
The shifter requires about double the force that my Shimano SLX shifters did on my old Stumpy. Is this due to the type 2 derailleur mechanism? I checked the cable , routing, kinks... All good ther ... Read More »
On a ride yesterday, I had the bike against a tree and a gust of wind came up, blew the bike over and the lever on the X9 rear trigger shifter busted in 2. Still shifts fine into the small rings but there's just a jagged nub that's extremely difficult to try to downshift for a climb.
Looks like th ... Read More »
I'm looking to replace my SRAM X9 trigger shifters and mine have the gear indicator. I looked on-line and can't find them anymore. When did SRAM discontinue the gear indicator on the X9 trigger shifters? Don't want to go to the twister version.Read More »
Ending up single speed out of the trail today because my '09? X9 trigger suddenly would not shift beyond the second cog.
To elaborate I had only the shift from the smallest to the second cog on rear.
Everything was fine until suddenly around mile 16 the upshift paddle (one that shifts to bigg ... Read More »
Well the funds are sent to BD and I'm hoping for the box to get here sooner than later. Considered hard between this and the Airbourne Goblin. Decided on the Moto because it was $100 cheaper, the geo was maximized to handle 100mm on the Reba (80mm on the goblin), and the rotors were slightly bigge ... Read More »