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SRAM X.9 10-Speed Crankset

Average User Rating: (Outstanding)
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Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry

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    “Performance on a budget”

    The Good: Tough, light and inexpensive

    The Bad: Needs a 165 mm arm length option

    Overall Review:

    You might be surprised how much you like this crankset. I know I was. SRAM has put together a simple package that opens up a ton of options. Stick to the original rings or convert it to a double with bash or even a 1x setup by removing the spider and going with something like the MRP bling ring. A future proof crankset? Who knows...

    Carbon may have the cool factor going but these aluminum arms aren't too far behind in the weight department and will save you some hard-earned cash for other bike upgrades.

    This crankset has stood up to some friendly abuse this season and so far is my favorite purchase this year. Poking around online will yield some good deals on these or the truvativ aka, which is essentially the same crankset.

    Vital MTB Retail Partners:
    Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry

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    Miscellaneous No matter what you throw at it, SRAM X9 keeps coming back for more. The all new X9 family puts the SRAM 2X10 unrivaled shift speed and smoothness within easy reach of racers and experienced enthusiasts alike. Hollow Forged AL crank arms for lightweight super stiff durability X-Glide Shifting Technology New GXP Bottom Bracket System featuring Gutter Seal Technology Fits 68 or 73mm bottom bracket shells Includes crankarms, chainrings and bottom bracket Approximate weight 881 grams
    Price $89.99
    Vital MTB Retail Partners:
    Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry