While AXS™ components can withstand pressure washing and submersion, each component should be treated the same way you would treat ball bearing equipped components such as a hub, headset or bottom bracket. That is, avoid blasting water directly at the seals between the derailleur and battery, derailleur pivot points, or at junction points between component sub-assemblies.
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- How do I set up SRAM eTap AXS on wheel-on style indoor trainer?
- How do I set up SRAM eTap AXS on a direct drive indoor trainer?
- In which countries are SRAM AXS wireless components certified to ship and sell?
- What is AXS™ and how do you pronounce it?
- Are the frame fit specs for the wider gearing options for Force eTap AXS different than the existing Force eTap® AXS? Where can I find the frame fit specs?
- What are the main differences between RED eTap AXS™ and Force eTap AXS™?
- What is the weight difference between RED eTap AXS™ and Force eTap AXS™?
- What is the price difference between RED eTap AXS™ and Force eTap AXS™?
- Are there different eTap AXS color variants available?
- What are the main benefits of the new X-Range™ gearing configurations for RED eTap AXS™?