The plates are thinner which means less material. To maintain strength the material is added to the top of the chain plate making it our strongest, and longest lasting chain we’ve ever made.
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- What type of freehub body is required for the new Force eTap AXS 10-36 cassette?
- What is the new cassette size for the wider range Force eTap AXS?
- What cassette size ranges do you offer for RED and Force eTap AXS™?
- Will additional cassette size options be added later?
- What type of freehub body is required for SRAM RED and Force eTap AXS™ road cassettes?
- Is there a cassette available with an 11-tooth start so I don’t have to change the 11-speed HG driver on my rear wheel to XDR™?
- Why do the new SRAM RED and Force eTap AXS road chains have links that are flat on one side?
- Can I use a SRAM Eagle™ 12-speed chain on an SRAM RED® XG-1290 cassette?
- Will a new RED® road chain work on a SRAM Eagle™ drivetrain?
- Why does the new SRAM RED and Force chain use larger rollers than SRAM’s 11-speed chains?