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SRAM's Eagle XG-1295 cassette spans from 10T to 50T across its 12 cogs for a massive 500% gear range. SRAM's X-Dome construction uses a one-piece 11-cog cluster machined from a solid block of chromoly steel for unrivaled durability, lightness, and mud-shedding. The 50-tooth alloy cog is pinned to the main body to shave weight, and all gears feature X-Glide 2 profiles for improved chain retention and shifting, as well as providing a quieter ride.
Compatible with hubs using SRAM XD freehub bodies. Claimed weight is 355 g. Cog sizes are 10-12-14-16-18-21-24-28-32-36-42-50.
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GX vs X01
by Captain Trips
Albuquerque New Mexico
I was on the fence with purchasing X01 cassette over the GX. Once I received the X01 that fence was gone! The X01 is lighter but more importantly it looks like a much higher quality build using a one piece machined aluminum as opposed to a riveted cassette. Time will tell but I'm guessing it will last a long time
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