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SRAM X0 Rear Hub

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SRAM X0 IS-disc rear XD hub, 12x142mm-XD-11sp: Double Time freehub ratchet design gives 6.9 degrees of engagement with four pawls and 52 points of contact Hub flanges are angled in, allowing spokes to be fully in-line when tensioned Tapered aluminum axle International Standard 6-bolt Includes quick release and thru-axle end caps Rear hub available with either SRAM/Shimano 8-10 speed cassette body or SRAM XD-11 speed cassette body

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Mixing SRAM X0 gears with Shimano XTR rear derailleur & shifters

Hi, I'm wanting to switch from SRAM shifters to Shimano XTR My bike currently has a 2x10 SRAM X0 setup as follows: Chainset: SRAM X0 2.2 PF30, 175mm, 42t x 28t Cassette: SRAM PG-1050, 11t-36t, 10-speed SRAM X9 Shifters Am I right in thinking I can get away with buying just new shifters and a r ... Read More »

What happened to my X0 rear derailleur?

I was cruising along well today on a local trail when my rear wheel locked up. After sliding to a stop I discovered that the cage on my (2012) SRAM X.0 rear derailleur had popped out and lodged itself in the spokes of my newly-rebuilt back wheel (grrr...). I haven't had a chance to pull it off and ... Read More »

SRAM X0 rear derailleur question

Does anyone have an SRAM X0, 9 speed, long cage, rear derailleur that they bought in 2013? Do you still have the box? Whats the number on the side? (mine says 00.7515.030.000) Having problems with the jockey wheels making a lot of noise. (Derailleur hanger straight, (I bought the park tool) Adjus ... Read More »

Any SRAM X0 T2 Rear D deals out there?

Current rear d is on the way out. I dislike needing to buy another one but what can you do if you wanna keep riding. Any good deals out there for a SRAM X0 T2 Rear D? Medium cage. thanksRead More »

SRAM X0 Rear Derailleur Cage Tension

I recently purchased an X0 rd. Once I got it home I noticed that it did not have as much tension to pull the cage back as my X5 I was replacing, and also seems to have a small dead spot. Is it possible to repair this? If so, how hard will it be and how much should it cost. If it is under warranty sh ... Read More »

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