SRAM NX Eagle 12-Speed Trigger Shifter

SRAM NX Eagle 12-Speed Trigger Shifter
SRAM NX Eagle 12-Speed Trigger Shifter
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NX Eagle 12-Speed Trigger Shifter by SRAM
The NX Eagle 12-Speed Trigger Shifter offers all the performance you expect from Eagle, at the lowest price yet for an Eagle shifter. You get the same X-Actuation and ZeroLoss technologies that provide crisp shifts with zero lag, but SRAM saves costs by using plastic for the body and shift levers, as well as a bushing instead of the bearing found on XO1 and XX1. At a mere 112g, the plastic construction makes NX Eagle lighter than any other Eagle shifter, so you don't have to sacrifice weight at this price. Best of all, it's compatible with the entire Eagle ecosystem from NX to XX1, so it can be used as a budget-friendly replacement in the event of a crash.

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SKU: SRM00EK
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