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Post #166027765 added 09-26-2023 7:42 AM by nodinero in Hot Deals
SRAM Force is more similar to Shimano Ultegra, so this would be an improvement in performance and especially weight. Also, these have electronic shifting which would be a huge upgrade if your 105s...
Post #165987865 added 09-23-2023 8:16 PM by Afos88 in Hot Deals
I have a new Canyon enduran e CF7 that came with a shimano 105 crank set, Would these be an upgrade? which would be the best kit?
Post #165941992 added 09-21-2023 1:36 PM by Dimitris in Hot Deals
Yeah, it was on that same site too, afaik
Post #165920971 added 09-20-2023 12:09 PM by Dogenx in Hot Deals
Still waiting for another deal on the GX AXS upgrade kit. I saw them in the $350 range, should have jumped on them then.
Post #165907834 added 09-19-2023 4:59 PM by Dimitris in Hot Deals
The magic with AXS is that they did not segment the shifter/briefter coms (yet...they did make sure chains, rings and cassettes are completely different between Eagle AXS, road axs & transmission,...
Post #165907783 added 09-19-2023 4:54 PM by Dimitris in Hot Deals
Cool. Which frame?
Post #165901831 added 09-19-2023 11:37 AM by 0xDavide in Hot Deals
That's what I run in SoCal as well for gravel. 38T in the front and 10-50 in the back.
Post #165897229 added 09-19-2023 7:27 AM by nodinero in Hot Deals
In this case the weight difference is not the issue, hydraulic brakes are so much more consistent than mechanical. It's a safety issue.
Post #165895804 added 09-19-2023 5:19 AM by jmstuewe in Hot Deals
I grabbed a SRAM Red 48T 175mm crankset from Universal Cycles for $300. Look around, I’ve seen some for sale.
Post #165895624 added 09-19-2023 4:47 AM by gridStorm in Hot Deals
I demo’d a Stumpjumper EVO s-works with AXS and now I “can’t un-ride” that. If this were wide range (long cage) I’d have bought immediately. So thanks!
Post #165895270 added 09-19-2023 3:24 AM by dwcanker in Hot Deals
Then don't use a Sram crankset
Post #165891934 added 09-18-2023 8:25 PM by ClownBaby in Hot Deals
I was thinking of building a 1x crit bike with this but the prices of 1x SRAM cranksets in 48t or 50t are nuts. Even without PMs
Post #165890275 added 09-18-2023 6:39 PM by jmstuewe in Hot Deals
Jenson had the Ti Rotor 1x Package for $599 a couple weeks ago. Building up a new 1x Allez Sprint with a 48t up front and 10-36 out back for flat Oklahoma rides.
Post #165888955 added 09-18-2023 5:09 PM by JT84 in Hot Deals
A mullet set up works just fine as well so I’ve heard, but you’re gonna have to show up for a different rear derailer.
Post #165888910 added 09-18-2023 5:07 PM by JT84 in Hot Deals
36t max in the rear, but you can run a gravel gearing set up on the front crank. I have a 46/30 front crank while it’s not as optimal as srams set up it works pretty darn well. I paid a lot more...
Post #165888718 added 09-18-2023 4:56 PM by Manonfire387 in Hot Deals
Neither kit comes with a chainring/crankset or rear cassette. So you can put anything you want. Just make sure your chain is compatible with the speed of your cassette.
Post #165888448 added 09-18-2023 4:37 PM by slickdeal21 in Hot Deals
is this worth getting if I need a really low gear for steep climbing? Could I start with one of these packages and add a large cassette?
Post #165887323 added 09-18-2023 3:33 PM by Dimitris in Hot Deals
https://ccache.cc/en-us/blogs/newsroom/2020-road-gravel-groupset-weight-comparison Check some #s here. Don't think there is much to be saved, especially if you consider that you go from 11s to 12s.
Post #165887083 added 09-18-2023 3:17 PM by maxbottomtime in Hot Deals
What type of weight savings would etap add over my existing force 22 setup. Bike is sub 16 with cages, pedals, computer, but curious what could be eeked. I'm running mechanical discs, so would need...
Post #165886126 added 09-18-2023 2:22 PM by matthewsjl in Hot Deals
My understanding is that there are two versions of the cage on the RD. one supports up to 33T and the other 36T. John
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