GX Eagle Has Landed
SRAM Eagle GX brings the game changing gear range and precision shifting of Eagle to the masses with its new 1x12 groupset. The GX Eagle 10-52T cassette offers the widest gear range available in a 1x system.
The addition of a 12th gear and the dinner-plate sized cassette that came with it left some skeptical, but it provided a 520% gear range that rivaled that of 2x systems, and delivered some of the best mechanical shifting on the market. It was pricey at first, but then SRAM introduced the GX Eagle line. This GX Eagle DUB Groupset includes everything you need to put Eagle on your trail bike.
This groupset includes the crankset, cassette, chain, rear derailleur, shifter, and b-gap adjustment tool. The crankset is made of 7000-series aluminum which is both light and strong, and helps keep the price of the groupset reasonable. It comes with a 3mm offset, Boost chainring for bikes with 12 x 148mm rear spacing. The crankset uses a DUB spindle, which SRAM created to be compatible with virtually any frame, provided you use the correct DUB bottom bracket (not included).
GX Eagle DUB groupset for your XC, trail, or all-mountain bike
GX Eagle offers the benefits of 1x12 without the hefty price
1x12 cranket includes 32T chainring
XG-1275 cassette has 520% gear range with 52t bailout gear
GX Eagle crankset for DUB bottom brackets (not included) and Boost spacing
GX Eagle rear derailleur with clutch for smooth, quiet shifting
GX Eagle trigger shifter for quick and precise shift response
GX Eagle chain with solid pins, chrome hardened for durability
Includes b-gap adjustment tool for setting up the derailleur
Available in Boost and Standard spacing
Available in 170mm and 175mm crankarm lengths
DUB bottom bracket sold separately
Compatible with SRAM XD driver body
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