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Old 02-01-19, 10:00 PM
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Sram Apex Groupset





Apex 10 speed. Groupset is rough, and the price will reflect that. Cranks are scratched and faded but bottom bracket seems to rotate smoothly. Derailleurs have some rash but work. Both shifters seem to work ok. Body of the right shifter has a chunk broken off the rear, but could definitely be plastic welded back on. This group would be great for a beater youd like to fit with a more modern group. Includes a chain and cassette. How much life they have I couldnt tell you. Pulled off an unrideable bike (damaged fork), so bench testing is as far as I could get. Cranks are 170mm.

Asking 90 plus shipping. Paypal FF.

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Old 02-03-19, 08:57 AM
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I don't suppose the crank arms measure 165 mm, do they?
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Old 02-03-19, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
I don't suppose the crank arms measure 165 mm, do they?
Arms are 170. Ill edit the post with this info.
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What are the teeth counts? Thank you.
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What are the teeth counts? Thank you.
Crankset is a 50/34. I'll check this evening and find out what the cassette is.
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
I don't suppose the crank arms measure 165 mm, do they?
Whatever you do, do not let Lennard Zinn know you ride 165's. He would probably put you on 180's. Or is this for someone else?
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Leonard Zinn is crazy. I only ride 165's because 160's are so hard to find.
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Cassette

The cassette is an 11-32
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Bump. Right body has been glued back together. Also, price drop to $80 Shipped.
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@hobbitman In picture #2 , looking at the rear derailleur, what am I seeing to the right of the low limit screw at the pivot? Is that broken or just wicked chewed-up?
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@hobbitman In picture #2 , looking at the rear derailleur, what am I seeing to the right of the low limit screw at the pivot? Is that broken or just wicked chewed-up?
Just rash.
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Oof, I just installed some 5700 shifters to upgrade to 10 speed, but I need a compact double and am very curious about SRAM...
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It won't get any cheaper than this. My Apex group shifts very well.
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bump.

$75 shipped. Dirt cheap 10 speed for your beater.
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BB included? If so, English or Italian threads? Thanks.
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Bottom bracket is included. Threading is english thread. No eye-talians here.
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OK, I'll bite.
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I keep opening this thread to see an SR Apex crankset...
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