SRAM X.9 Rear Derailleur

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MSRP : $65.00


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Product Description

SRAM X9 Rear Derailleur for 10-speed SRAM Exact Actuation for precise and dependable 10-speed performance Carbon and alloy cage makes it light andTough - 204 grams for medium cage 3 cage lengths available - Short for DH, Medium for 2X10 and Long for 3X10 Style points - 3 color choicesTo match your ride: Red, Grey, White Speeds: 10 speed onlyMaterial: Aluminum alloy links and forged B-knuckle, High Strength Grilon® P-knuckle, sealed cartridge bearing upper pulley, Aluminum long/med


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Kratos a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: December 7, 2012

Strengths:    Strong, reliable, stiff, responsive, good quality materials

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
When I first tried SRAM X9 a said f*** Shimano I'm sticking with this! This is so well made and it's really great derailleur! SRAM won me with this! :)

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Price Paid:    $80.00

Similar Products Used:   Shimano


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SRAM x.9 rear der pulley/jockey wheel direction

So on my x9 rear der, the lower pulley has a directional arrow but the top one doesnt. Does it matter which direction I install the top pulley?Read More »

Weird Rear Derailleur Overshift - SRAM X-7 - 9 Speed

I'm pretty good at working on my bikes, but this is weird. It seems that the range of derailleur movement is too long. - When on the 2nd cog, it's clicking against the 1st cog (trying to upshift) - When on the 8th cog, it's clicking against the 9th cog (trying to downshift) This occurs on the bi ... Read More »

1 x 9 , 9 speeds, 29T front and 11 - 32T rear. Is it OK for a 29er ?

1 x 9 , 9 speeds, 29T front and 11 - 32T rear. Is it OK for a 29er ? I'm doing most Cross Country with the 29er. Thanks.....Read More »

Adjustments problems with SRAM x.9 rear der.

I just swapped out my 2011 x.9 10 sp long cage der for the exact same model with med cage. I also installed a new cable. I have set the B screw so it has 6mm clearance at the largest gear. I have also set the hi and lo limiters. Cable tension is good. The problem is that the shifter shifts pe ... Read More »

X-9 rear derailleur "grinding"

Sounds like my rear d is grinding. Can I open it and clean it and regrease? thanksRead More »

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