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    Not sure what everyone else experience is but I find the SRAM components on most mountain bikes to be weak

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    Quote Originally Posted by shave
    Not sure what everyone else experience is but I find the SRAM components on most mountain bikes to be weak

    Hmmm....been running X.9 & X.0 shifters and derailluers on 4 different bikes since '05 and have bent 1 X.9 rear derailluer. Other than that.....I have had zero issues.

    Have also been using Truvativ cranks and Avid Juicy brakes in that same time line....been very happy with them.
    Bicycles donít have motors or batteries.:nono:

    Ebikes are not bicycles :nono:

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    great first post.
    What do you find weak and compared to what?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    What's weak? I have had a lot less problems with Sram than Shimano. There are at least 150 products made by the Sram group, it would be nice if you were a little more specific as to what your exact complaint is.

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