SRAM Force eTap AXS Front Derailleur

SRAM Force eTap AXS Front Derailleur
SRAM Force eTap AXS Front Derailleur
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Force eTap AXS Front Derailleur by SRAM
The new Force eTap AXS Front Derailleur returns with SRAM's excellent Yaw pivot design for trim-free cage operation. It rotates slightly when shifted into the small ring improving shifting while also preventing chain rub, no matter what cog the chain is on out back. It also features an optimized cage profile for the new smaller, close-ratio (33/46, 35/48, and 37/50t) X-Range front chainring combinations, afforded by that 10 tooth cog thanks to the XD-R driver, for smooth and quick shifting. It's also completely compatible with existing eTap batteries and gravel riders can now rejoice: its battery placement is streamlined to allow for more rear tire clearance which SRAM claims is up to 700c x 42mm.

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SKU: SRMD11D
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