Truvativ X9 3x10 Crankset

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Truvativ X9 3x10 GXP Crankset 2014

From steep, endless climbs to hair-raising, technical descents, the X9 3x10 crankset is engineered to handle whatever comes your way. Smooth, precise shifting helps you cover more ground, faster and the stiff, hollow forged arms let you maintain your momentum through the rough stuff with confidence.

  • 64/104mm BCD
  • 3x10 22/32/44t
  • Hollow forged aluminum arms
  • GXP 68/73 bottom bracket is included
  • 890g

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Do older sram x9 3x10 shifters use exact actuation?

Just received a pair of sram x9 shifters, 3x10, manufactured in mid 2012. Neither the box nor the manual make any reference to exact actuation. All SRAM's 10 speed stuff uses EA, right? Just wanted to confirm compatibility with EA derailleurs.Read More »

SRAM X9? 2x10 or 3x10?

My friend is giving me a set of 3x10 X9 shifters, I am currently using a 3x9 shimano crankset and eventually want to use then as a 2x10 set up. Can I use the same shifters or do I have to buy the 2x10 shifters?Read More »

SRAM X9 3x10 vs Shimano XT 3x10 DynaSys Drivetrains

How much better is the XT drivetrain vs an X9? Is it even better? I have to make a choice. If I go with full X9 I can save a few bucks. Anyone running 2011 X9 stuff? Any good?Read More »

2011 X9 crankset owners - 3x10 or 2x10

Recently noticed what looks to be cracks at both ends of my new crank arms. Bike was purchased new in Oct. and was wondering if others have noticed this on their 2011 X9 crank arms? Described my findings with LBS when I first noticed it and they stated that they had brand new pairs of the same c ... Read More »

3x10 XT vs X9

hi, I have been considering upgrading my oldie 3x8 drivetrain on my giant anthem. I mostly do off road + climbing. I am sure that 2x10 will be a bit difficult for me at times 'cos of its gear ratio, so have been considering the 3x10 instead. I'd like to ask comments from you guys who have tried 1 o ... Read More »

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