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SRAM X7 Rear Hub

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Product Description

Whether your joy comes from barreling downhill, or tearing up to the top, SRAM's X7 hubs will leave a smile on your face. An aluminum hubshell with...

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2014 X7 rear shifter HELP!!!!!!!!!!

What started as a simple cable change has turned into a nightmare. In futzing with the up shift mechanism to replace the spring, I managed to loosen and dislodge the downshift mechanism. Long story short, I had to take the whole thing apart. The instruction manual online is for 2013 and older. T ... Read More »

X7 rear hub play

I have a new wheelset on my new Turner Burner that is an X7 rear hub on wtb frequency i25. The 142x12 axle seems to fit tight and the dropout/hanger is also tight but there is lateral play in the hub it feels like bearing play. This wheel has only one 4 mile ride. I'm not familiar with these hubs an ... Read More »

x7 10spd clutch rear mech

Ok so I have a brand new x7 10sp type 2 rear mech and it has ~0.03inches of play at the attach pivot(in and out along the axis), this also allows a lot of wiggle at the pulleys(like a worn out der.), comparing to my XO, which has no play at all i can't see how this is normal, and I can't imagine it ... Read More »

Sram X7 rear derailleur parts upgrade

I have a used sram 10 speed X7 rear derailleur that I use for my 1x10 drivetrain and I was just curious if I upgraded the parts on the derailleur (springs, pulleys, etc.) if I could get cleaner, tighter shifting for a more cost effective price than for an X9 of X0 upgrade.Read More »

SRAM x7 Rear Derailleur went slack?

I was on the trail the other day going down a bumpy section and my chain flew and I had no control over the derailleur. After further inspection everything seems to be working fin except for the internal spring which is not doing it's job. I took it apart and looked at it and it seems to be in worki ... Read More »

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