SRAM X9 2x10 Crankset

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $300.00

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Product Description

No matter what youThrow at it, SRAM X9 keeps coming back for more.The all new X9 family putsThe SRAM 2X10 unrivaled shift speed and smoothness within easy reach of racers and experienced enthusiasts alike. Hollow Forged AL crank arms for lightweight super stiff durability X-Glide ShiftingTechnology New GXP Bottom Bracket System featuring Gutter SealTechnology Fits 68 or 73mm bottom bracket shells Includes crankarms, chainrings and bottom bracket Approximate weight 881 grams

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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by jonshonda

Date Reviewed: September 20, 2012

Strengths:    Great looking...shifts easy

Weaknesses:    Chainring making nasty noise ( small ring makes creaking/popping noises/feeling) but big ring is fine....weird

Bottom Line:   
I purchased this to replace a wornout crankset on my 09 RH. It has lasted 300 miles, but I have had some issues. I have burnt through 3 GXP bottom brackets in that time, and am thinking either this thing is bent ( it is a good chance as I started out at 308lbs and am now at 260lbs) or something else is going on. I also think that the small chainring is toast, or loose, as I am getting some nasty creaking/popping sounds only on the small ring.

I have upgraded to a Chris King bottom bracket as many reviews have put the GXP bb at the bottom of the list. I should have gone with a DH crank maybe?

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X9 2x10 to XX1 1x11 -what's the anticipated weight loss?

Curious if anyone has a ballpark number. I can do the math but I'm a little lazy on this topic. For all practical purposes, an answer rounded to the nearest pound would do. Are we talking 1-2 pounds difference or 3+? My gut says the lesser. …Thanks.Read More »

Attempting to convert 3 x9 to 2x10...need new crankset?

i have a 3x9 and want to go 2x10. i know i need a 10sp cassette, rear derailleur, and shifters. i was looking at cranksets and found some race face (and other brands, too) 2x cranks that have the same spacing as a 3x crank. i called race face and asked and they said the 2x cranks use the same spac ... Read More »

Replacement ring on X9 2x10 crankset

I beat up my 38t ring on my sram X9 cranks. These were taken from the stock s1400 cranks that came on my Bandit. Do I have to replace with a stock ring or are there other options available?Read More »

SRAM X9 Direct mount 2X10 front mech issues

I have a Shimano M980 3X10 that I run as 24/32/bash and direct mount SRAM X9 2X10 front mech 36t-39t max. My front shifter is a Shimano XT 3X10. [ATTACH=CONFIG]855831[/ATTACH] The problem I have is that I am unable to setup the middle front ring correctly. Either it rubs the front mech in the l ... Read More »

X9 Crankset on Shimano XT 2x10

Anyone with any experience on running an X9 crankset (X-Glide) on an otherwise XT 2x10 Dynasys drive? I like the idea of running BB30 without adapters. Anyone running Sram cranksets and has input.Read More »

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