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SRAM GX Eagle Transmission rear derailleur
The GX model is equipped with everything an Eagle Transmission rear derailleur can offer and even goes one step further. The revised positioning of the battery not only protects better against impacts but also allows for a design that permits even crisper shifting. The as well as two-piece outer link is replaceable so that the attractive exterior of the 12-speed rear derailleur is maintained for a long time. The steel inner cage is also designed for long service life and maximum stability. If that's not enough, the tool-free attached cage assembly can be easily dismantled and upgraded.
The integrated T-Type rear derailleur is mounted around the wheel axle and contacts the cassette directly with a new type of hangerless interface. The groundbreaking attaching method creates a much stronger connection and grips both sides of the frame. This changes the relationship between the cassette and rear derailleur from the ground up.
The components are interdependent and perfectly matched to provide greater strength, reliability, and unsurpassed performance. Accordingly, also the GX Eagle rear derailleur is characterized not only by unprecedented shifting performance and durability but also with functionality that riders appreciate in practice. Equipped with the familiar AXS wireless technology, pairing, and setup are also familiar intuitive, and reliable.
Note: Compatible with drivetrains and T-Type components only. Designed to mount on frames that have the UDH specification (Universal Derailleur Hanger) with an interface without derailleur hanger.
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