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Good entry level derailure that performs like the best at a slight weight penalty.
sold as low end, but performs well
Though there are nicer options, I'm not upset about the performance of GX. We'll see how the durability is in a year, but as for now I think its a great place to save some money.
This mech just works. its not the lightest, but not the heaviest. 10/10 would recommend to a friend.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
leave it to SRAM to continue to create the best 1x rear ders on the market
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
SRAM’s GX component group is no slouch. Sure, it may not be as light and loaded with Carbon this and Titanium that, like SRAM’s XX1 and XO1 group, but if you are after a 1X Shifting group that just plain works and does not break the bank, then this is for you. Functionally you would be hard pressed to discern the difference between the GX and the XX1 in a blind test, weight is another story though, especially with the cassette being a pinned steel cassette, rather than the alloy work of art that is the XO1 and XX1 cassette.