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Sram X7 Rear Derailleur 9-Speed

Sram X7 Rear Derailleur 9-Speed

  • With its carbon cage, this SRAM X7 mountain bike derailleur gets closer than ever to X0-like quality.
  • With its sealed bearing pulley wheels, you can hardly accuse SRAM of compromising on quality to make 1:1 Actuation derailleurs more accessibly priced.

Availability: In stock
Delivery: 22/01/2018

£50.00
This product is available in the following stores:
  • Aberdeen In Stock
  • Bruntsfield In Stock
  • Canonmills In Stock
  • Leeds In Stock
  • Newcastle In Stock

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SRAM X7 Rear Derailleur

With its carbon cage, SRAM X7 gets closer than ever to X0-like quality. With its sealed bearing pulley wheels, you can hardly accuse SRAM of compromising on quality to make 1:1 Actuation derailleurs more accessibly priced.

  • 1:1 Actuation. 1mm of cable pull moves the derailleur 1mm.
  • Mostly 6061 aluminium construction with carbon pulley cage.
  • Sealed pulley wheels spin smoother.
  • Outside facing limit adjuster screws make it easier to set up the derailleur to prevent under or over shifting.
  • Di.R.T Technology.
  • 1:1 Actuation Ratio.
  • 270g.

'1:1 Actuation stays precise and fluid slogging through mud, bouncing off rocks, rutting through roots — wherever you find yourself, whatever conditions you're in. It's dependable. Tolerant. Easiest to set up. Easiest to adjust. And, not coincidentally, the top choice of the top MTB riders. Got it? Good.

Di.R.T Direct Route Technology
Here's the dirt on middlemen: they suck. That's why Direct Route Technology™ doesn't have one. Instead, the cable routes directly to the actuation mechanism. Result? Less friction. Less effort. More oomph. Plus it's impervious to cable housing damage. Nice.'

SRAM.

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Hi, could you please advise what SRAM thumb shifter models best suit the SRAM X7 9-speed derailer?

There seems to be a lot of SRAM shifters available but I am having trouble trying to find one suitable. Also, I ask because I bought a SRAM X7 recently and unfortunately have realised that my Shimano Acer rear shifter doesn't work that well with it. :-(

Thanks,
Rod
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