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What is the lowest cost of getting a SRAM 12 speed set on a gravel bike?

Old 08-22-19, 02:31 PM
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What is the lowest cost of getting a SRAM 12 speed set on a gravel bike?

I am interested in 10-50 rear cassette but cost of a setup used for example in BMC URS one is much too much for me
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Old 08-22-19, 02:48 PM
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Originally Posted by b0rderline View Post
I am interested in 10-50 rear cassette but cost of a setup used for example in BMC URS one is much too much for me
Easiest way is Sram Force AXS controls and an Eagle AXS derailleur. Certainly not cheap, $2000+ depending on the cassette and chain you buy.
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Lowest cost would likely be the bottom end SRAM (SX?) level rear derailer, cassette, and crank (or any appropriate 1x crank & 12 speed compatible ring) plus the (12 speed Sram compatible) Microshift bar end shifter, and then finish with your choice of disc brakes and levers.
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Freaken A, Sram Force AXS hydraulic groupset weights about 400 grams more than Ultegra Di2.
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Get a SRAM SX drivetrain and this https://www.paulcomp.com/shop/compon...ifter-adaptor/
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