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  1. #1
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    SRAM X.9/X.0 Rear Derailleur Breaking

    I was looking at reviews for SRAM X.9 and X.0 rear der's and there seems to be common problem where these "snap" easily. I have been using a 2007 X.9 for almost two years now and have had no problems.

    Does anyone know how people are breaking there SRAM rear derailleurs?
    I imagine hell would smell like a durian wafer.

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    same way people are breaking shimano deraileurs.

  3. #3
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    Muppets thats why!

    People who break stuff always break stuff no matter the brand, Ive been using new gen Sram X0 and X9 since beginning of 04 and never broken and derailleur, Ive broken a X9 04 shifter clamp by over tightening the clamp bolt doh, but I haven't used those since X0 shifters came out!

    Ive DH'd to Am XC these SraM Ds no issue!

    I hate Shimano Derailleurs though with a passion LOL, though I still love my DX pedal and Saint brakes, so its not all anti Shitmano
    Just riding a muddy trail. . ..

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