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    Alas, sram x-9 shifters reputation precedes its self

    Ok, I have a serious question on this apparently infamous subject. Now before the flaming and link posting begins let me prove that I’ve done my research…

    X9 Trigger issues after cable change
    X9 Trigger issues after cable change

    X9 trigger problems
    X9 trigger problems

    Sram Trigger Shifter dissasembly
    Sram Trigger Shifter dissasembly

    SRAM x-9 2007 Assembly Problem
    SRAM x-9 2007 Assembly Problem

    SRAM XO shifter difficulties
    SRAM XO shifter difficulties

    SRAM Shifter Schematics
    SRAM Shifter Schematics

    Now that you have my research, brace your self for my excuses…

    A) These threads did actually help a lot between there visual aids and different testimonies from actual participants in this type of scenario I actually got about 95% of it figured out.
    2) I did my due diligence physically about 8 hours of it literally. Then resorted to research then tried again. Now this...

    And

    C) In all this research I get mixed signals as any one would expect on a forum (probably why they can be so effective). When I say mixed signals I mean some claim successes some claim impossible send it in and some say throw it away use
    (X product).

    And now.... my question.

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    [SIZE="4"]”If anyone HAS actually succeeded in reassembling there 07’ SRAM X-9 Shifters after making the mistake of taking them apart. Can they give me a step by step explanation and any other visual aids that could be useful?”[/SIZE]

    In advanced thanks for the help
    (and for sitting through my rant)
    Last edited by Ganit; 07-22-2008 at 02:05 AM. Reason: misspelling

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    I actually have. It is tricky and I'll see if I can dredge up the pictures from an old planned tutorial.

    Don't count on it soon because I haven't seen the file in over 3 years, but I have them on a backup HD.

    The shifter is still working and a backup, several years after I repaired it. I had a spare sent to me by SRAM (great CS), but never installed it because my repaired one from scavenged parts is still going.

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    cool, ya I can tell they are nice shifters, and the design seems simple enough. I'm afraid its just so simple that I can's figure it out. lol

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