SRAM GX Trigger Shifter

SRAM GX Trigger Shifter
SRAM GX Trigger Shifter
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GX Trigger Shifter by SRAM
GX 2x11 Trigger Shifters bring many of SRAM's high-end 11-speed technologies into the realm of the affordable and work with its huge 10-42 cassette. This includes the new X-Actuation that keeps shifting precise and dependable across the cassette. Like the Exact-Actuation ratio for its 10-speed road group, SRAM has deviated from its bread-and-butter, 1:1 pull ratio. GX uses SRAM's cable-pull ratio system to deliver a more uniform and accurate derailleur movement, with less applied force required from the user. The shifter also comes with a MatchMaker-compatible clamp in order to simplify accessibility and to create a clean aesthetic by placing your Avid or Guide levers and RockShox PushLoc suspension controls on the same clamp with your shifters.

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SKU: SRM006F
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