Sram Red Etap Axs Max 36t Rear Derailleur: Wider Gear Range Now Possible With Sram’S Flagship Component Line

Stu Bowers Monday, February 8, 2021 - 15:01 Sram continues to expand its product offering, across the board, to improve versatility and the wider appeal of its components Sram released a Max 36T rear derailleur in its second-tier Force eTap AXS groupset last summer, and this year it’s the turn of the flagship Sram Red level components to receive the same update. The Sram Red eTap AXS equipped bikes can now have the option of wider gear ratios – crucially a sub-1:1 climbing gear – without needing to use mismatched components. While it might look identical at first glance, the derailleur has a different body, slightly longer to accommodate the wider range. This enables the Sram Red eTap AXS 36T Max rear derailleur to be used with a 10-36T cassette, where previously the Red eTap AXS rear derailleur maxed out at 33T. Image 2 of 8 Image 2 of 8 ...

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