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Item # NIN0023

Dilemma driven.

If you're into the new one-by craze but your Industry Nine wheels aren't up to speed, then the manufacturer of the same name has the XD Driver to solve your dilemma. It's aluminum, it's machined, it's already got bearings, pawls, and springs: it's everything you need to pop on a SRAM one-by cassette and hit the trail.

  • Converts mountain bikes to SRAM one-by drivetrains
  • Two models to accommodate past- and current-gen Industry Nine wheels

Tech Specs

Material:
aluminum
Compatibility:
I9
Recommended Use:
cycling
Actual Weight:
2006 2012, XX1: 65g

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Avg. ride time: 3h 18m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Does the I9 Torch driver ('13 and Newer) include the required end cap to make the switch from a 10 speed driver to a XD driver.

It will use the same endcap if you are talking axle. If you're talking cassette, its built into the cassette on the XD cassettes.



Either way, this should be all you need unless you are changing axle sizes too.

Avg. ride time: 5h 18m per week
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Freakin awesome

    This thing is driving the hell out of my new XX1 build. I love it.

    Don't get stranded!!!!!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    i love my torch trail wheels. our relationship is as if i was dating a stripper. the things are totally hot, but i never know what might happen leaving me out in the cold. more specifically, i have blown up two sets of bearing so far and it is a know defect I9 is working though.