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    Is the XO 24/36T available yet?

    For the XO 2X10. I'm building a geared 29er and I want to use 24/36T option.

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    i'm not sure it will even exist. QBP doesn't have it listed. Neither does sram's website.



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    26-39, 28-42, I think those are your only options for double chainring XO.

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    Sram and Shimano, fubared themselves with the moronic 80/88mm BCD on the inner chainring. Nothing smaller then 26 will fit those things.

    My guesstimates say that nothing less then 36 will fit the 120mm for sram as well.

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    24x36 would have to be done on the XO triple (44x32x22)....The BCD is 64/104mm...

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    Ya. But in order to get XX quality shifting you will need the aligned shift gates etc, which means sourcing for a matched chainrings which... don't exist because Sram does not produce the "XX aligned" chainrings in the 104/64 format

    As I said. They fubared themselves.

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    Is there a twist shifter I can use with the new X0 double crank? Will the standard X0 shifter work?
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