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SRAM Force Wide eTap AXS Front Derailleur
Designed specifically for wide spaced cranksets with 43/30t chainrings, the SRAM Force eTap AXS wide front derailleur provides consistent, smooth shifting performance for drivetrains with lower gearing.
Its wider position on the bike also accommodates fatter tires for venturing far beyond the well beaten path.
For wide cranksets with 43/30 chainrings
Clearance for 700x45c and 27.5x2.1" tires
Compatible with any frame designed for 2x drivetrains
Crisp and accurate front shifts
AXS enabled for easy personalization
SRAM Yaw trimless cage technology with an optimized cage profile for new chainring combinations
Compatible with existing eTap batteries
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Gear performance and value from this wide front derailleur!
This derailleur offers great performance and value compared to the Red line at just a slight weight penalty.
The wide variant of the SRAM Force eTap AXS front derailleur works great to help with rear tire clearance if you're wanting to set up your gravel bike with a more road-friendly 2x set up. I believe it's rated to handle up to 45mm rear tires, though that would be a tight fit.
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