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Spread your wings.
SRAM's Eagle X01 Rear Derailleur is the next iteration of their X-Horizon™ 1x technology with a larger capacity to handle Eagle's 12-speed 10-50 tooth cassettes. This is done with a larger 14T lower pulley that keeps the compactness of the previous X01 derailleur while allowing for crisp and efficient operation. An updated Type-3 Roller Bearing Clutch has a smoother torque curve which translates into more consistent feel, and for added durability, the Cage Lock button, which allows for easy wheel removal / installation, has been tucked out of the way to protect it from rocks and other trail bombs.
Alloy cage and titanium spring. Compatible with SRAM Eagle 12-speed mountain drivetrains only. Claimed weight is 276 g.
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Worthy upgrade from GX 11 speed
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I upgraded from GX 11 speed to Sram Eagle 12 speed. This derailleur seems to provide crisper shifts than the GX 11 speed it replaced. Overall, I am please with it. It is connected to the GX Eagle shifter and I'm running the X01 chain. Cassette is GX Eagle.
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