SRAM X.5 10 Speed Rear Derailleur

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Leveraging the legendary history of SRAM shifting, the X5 rear derailleur provides incredible shifting speed and precision, EXACT ACTUATION technology eliminates slop and shifting variation. A roller bearing clutch means even the gnarliest rock gardens cant drop your chain, an extra-long cage and 11T jockey wheels means its fit for even the big range cassettes and hard-wearing materials to last a lifetime.

Who's this item for? Casual riders looking for a low-cost high-performance derailleur ready to go the distance.

Number of gears: 10 speed, also works with 9/8 and 7s.

Weight: 320g.

Materials: Aluminium and Aluminium/Steel.

Chain and cassette compatibility: Sram 7-10 speed drivetrains.

Max cassette range: 36T capacity.

Clutch Style: Roller bearing.

Cage Length: Long Cage.

Jockey Wheel Teeth: 11T

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