SRAM X5 Front Derailleur

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Weight : 179 grams MSRP : $30.99

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Product Description

SRAM X.5 Low Clamp Dual-pull 31.8/34.9 front derailleur is a smooth shiftingTop-swing derailleurThat is compatible with mountainTriple cranksets. Front Derailleur Clamp: 31.8mm (1-1/4"), 35.0mm (1-3/8") Front Derailleur Cable Pull:Top, Bottom Crank/FDType: Mountain FD/Shifter Compatibility: MountainTriple Front Derailleur Style:Topswing Chain Compatibility: 9-Speed

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