SRAM Carbon GX Eagle Crankset

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Color: Black
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Delivering consistent performance with a light, stiff and durable design, the SRAM Carbon GX Eagle crankset is engineered to give complete chain control to riders pushing the limit.

Features

  • Direct mount X-SYNC 2 chainring features aggressive teeth for better chain retention and is designed to reduce friction and the accumulation of mud, dirt and grime
  • Precise tolerance and control of tooth thickness enables teeth to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links
  • Designed for use with DUB-compatible bottom bracket (not included); DUB technology creates a lighter, stiffer and stronger crankset and offers forward/backward compatibility
  • Crankarms feature proprietary carbon layup technology
  • Chainring is designed specifically for Eagle chains and drivetrains; Eagle 1x drivetrain technology features components that are lighter, simpler and more durable
  • Boost standard wheel and drivetrain allows for improved frame geometry with shorter chainstays, wider and stiffer suspension pivots and wider range of chainring options
  • Boost provides more clearance for bigger tires and wider, stiffer wheels
  • 11- and 12-speed compatible

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Mountain Biking

Material(s)

Carbon/aluminum

Weight

Unavailable

Crankarm Length

170 millimeters

Q Factor

169

Bottom Bracket Compatibility

SRAM DUB

Chainring Sizes

32T

Included Components

Chainring

Speeds

12-speed

Chainline

52

Chainring Mount

Direct Mount

Number of Chainrings

1 Chainring

Spindle Diameter

29 millimeters

Crankarm Material

Carbon

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