SRAM GX Eagle drivetrains are engineered for optimal performance. Eagle drivetrains are designed, tested, and proven to deliver durable performance for all riders. Eagle technology provides an expanded, optimum gear range and is 100-percent compatible with all levels of SRAM Eagle drivetrain systems. - The GX crankset is engineered for complete chain control with each tooth precisely designed to work seamlessly with the chain’s inner and outer links - The GX Eagle rear derailleur gets the job done with an updated cage architecture that improves chain management and is compatible with both 10-52T and 10-50T cassettes - The XG-1275 10-52T cassette offers expanded 520% gear range and features SRAM's Full Pin technology, making it both lightweight and durable - The trigger shifter puts total control of your gear selection into the thumb of one hand - GX Eagle chain for smooth and efficient shifting - DUB bottom bracket sold separately
$399.99 - $404.00
Whether you're discovering the mountain for the first time or you're an MTB lifer searching for a no-nonsense, no-worries 1x drivetrain, SRAM NX Eagle is ready for action and ready to take you there. NX Eagle brings you a wide range of gear choices engineered for simplicity and durability, so you can focus on what matters most: the ride ahead. German engineered and proudly bearing the SRAM Eagle stamp of approval, NX Eagle is ready to let the world know what real riding feels like. Includes - Crankset: DUB 12-speed BOOST with DM 32T X-SYNC Chainring - Rear Derailleur - Trigger Shifter with Clamp - Chain: 12-speed, 126 links - Cassette: PG-1230 11-50T - Chaingap Gauge
Our Box Two tier's mission in life is to deliver performance similar to the Box One but without its exotic (and costly) features. You still get the Tri-Pack Clutch in our derailleur only it isn't adjustable. The cassette's 11-50T range is equally impressive but we don't cut it out of a single block of steel. The action on the shifter is just as snappy although you don't get the rigid die-cast pull lever. The chain boasts the same unique ability to mate with a wide/narrow chainring except you give up the trick DLC top coat. You're hardly shortchanging yourself with Box Two.
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