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SRAM X9 Front Hub

3.33/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $82.00

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If you loveThe way your SRAM drivetrain performs,Then youre sureTo loveThese SRAM X9 hubsToo!Theyre packed with high end features andTechnologiesThat will keep you spinning downTheTrail! Lightweight - machinedTo remove excess grams Precision cartridge bearings 6 bolt disc brake Works with SRAM orShimano 8/9/10 speed cassettes Alloy shell 3 pawl driverThru axle

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by francois a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: August 8, 2013

Strengths:    just the (X9)

Weaknesses:    Bearings are completely destroyed after less than one year !!!and here in canada bike season aren't too long.

Bottom Line:   
I had many years of hard bike with shimano LX,specialized cartridge front hub and mavic crosssmax cartridge hubs.In 20 years of mountain bike I have never seen so poor hubs!!!!!!!

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Favorite Trail:   toboski St-felicien

Duration Product Used:   less than one year

Bike Setup:   All mountain Devinci dixon rc

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by fatcat a Weekend Warrior from pasadena ca

Date Reviewed: March 29, 2012

Strengths:    X9 15mm front hub looks flimsy but its pretty heavy duty, been doing some drops and it holds up well.

Weaknesses:    expensive for a Sram product

Bottom Line:   
Looks like the same product from their lower line but I guess theres a reason it costs more. Quiet and efficient hub. Highly recommend

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $75.00

Similar Products Used:   Deore XT

Bike Setup:   29er

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by fkrueger666 a Weekend Warrior from Honeoye Falls, NY

Date Reviewed: June 3, 2011

Strengths:    Design, weight, cartridge bearings, cost.

Bottom Line:   
I bought this front hub as a component of a new front wheel assembly upgrade. It's a light weight, smooth rolling hub. I was looking for a light weight sealed cartridge bearing hub at a decent price point.

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Favorite Trail:   Jake's Run @ Dryer Park

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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Older SRAM X9 front hub axel size confusion!!!

I will start off with pictures [ATTACH]930162[/ATTACH][ATTACH]930163[/ATTACH][ATTACH]930164[/ATTACH] The confusion... These came on a bike with a fox fork that used old school skewer quick releases. The hub has these inserts and I thought it MUST mean the hub can handle a through axel... Well I ... Read More »

front derailleur, X7, X9, X0 and changing chainring size?

I went from a 28/38 to a 22/32. Will the X7 front der work ok with that or do I need to go to an X0 to get the "all mountain" version for the lower gears? "All-Mountain (AM) offerings optimized for optional 22/36t and/or 24/38t gearing " I have X5 shifters.Read More »

Sram x9 15mm through axle front hub bearing size?

If there is somebody who owns one of these hubs - can you please remove one of the side caps and post the bearing code? The code should be on the bearing seal. If there is no code (which is unlikely), inner and outer bearing diameters and bearing width can be measured with caliper. Thanks in a ... Read More »

Trek Remedy with Sram X7 in front, Sram X9 in back with Spram x7 shifters - 10 spd

When I am in the center sprocket up front and go into the largest and last sprocket in the back, it does not want to hold in that gear when a pedal hard, it wants to go down on gear on the cassette. I don't know if it is my front derailleur or back derailleur causing the issue, all the other gears ... Read More »

SRAM X9 Direct mount 2X10 front mech issues

I have a Shimano M980 3X10 that I run as 24/32/bash and direct mount SRAM X9 2X10 front mech 36t-39t max. My front shifter is a Shimano XT 3X10. [ATTACH=CONFIG]855831[/ATTACH] The problem I have is that I am unable to setup the middle front ring correctly. Either it rubs the front mech in the l ... Read More »

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