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SRAM GX Eagle 1x12 Speed Right Grip Shifter

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A throwback to the old school days of racing!

If you're looking for easy, crazy fast shifting, the Grip Shift from Sram is the answer.  Now available in the GX trim, the shifter delivers reliability and performance at an amazing price.  It comes with everything you need which makes it the perfect option for new builds or upgrades. 

Tip! If you're deciding between the trigger shifter and Grip shift, the type of riding you do is a determining factor.  If you ride XC and some trail, the Grip shift will work great!  It's easy to use and allows for lightning-fast shifts.  On the other hand, some riders may find the grip shifter not as convenient for aggressive and enduro type riding.  


  • 144g (clamps, cable and grip)
  • Compatible with all 12-speed Eagle derailleurs. 
  • Grip included. 
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22.2mm Bar Clamp
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