SRAM X.7 Dual Pull Front Derailleur
The versatile SRAM X7 family is known for bringing high-end precision and reliability to a midrange price point making it the go-to component group for many. The X7 Front Derailleur features the unrivaled X-Glide shifting which aligns the chain pick-up rivets to the chain pivot pin, rather than the middle of the chain link, providing you with double the shift opportunities to boost your confidence in all types of terrain, whether it's local fire roads or a technical backcountry singletrack. Exact actuation assists in simplifying and stabilizing the uneasy task of balancing the rear derailleur hanger design, tight cog spacing and exact cable tension for an extremely efficient index shifting mechanism. With the X7 Dual Pull Front Derailleur you'll always be ready to handle whatever the trail might throw your way!
- Wide range 2X10 and 3X10 systems with X-Glide front shifting technology
- Dual pull routing
- Options: High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct Mount, Low Direct Mount
- Material: Forged AL-6061-T6
- Weight: 137-153 grams
- Outer Cage: Steel
- Inner Cage: Steel
Note: 2x10 models labeled "38/36t" are meant to be used with 2x10 cranks with 36t or 38t outer chainring ONLY. 2x10 models without "38/36t" label are compatible with chainrings larger than 38t
PROS: Durable, Easy To Install
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