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.
Articles in this section
- How do I size a chain for a SRAM eTap AXS 1x drivetrain?
- Are special chain tools, chain pliers, or chain whips required to work on SRAM eTap AXS™ drivetrains?
- What chain lubes do you recommend for new SRAM RED and Force road chains?
- Can a SRAM RED or Force PowerLock be installed and uninstalled repeatedly, or does it need to be replaced with a new PowerLock after being removed one time?
- What size and type of tool is required to remove SRAM RED and Force 1x chainrings from the crank spider?
- What size and type of tool is required to remove SRAM RED and Force direct mount road chainrings from the crankset?
- How do I trade in my SRAM RED AXS 2x power meter road chainrings when they wear out?
- Where can I find service and maintenance information for my SRAM RED eTap AXS rear derailleur?
- If I am changing from a 33T Max derailleur to a 36T Max derailleur and 36T cassette, do I need a longer chain?
- What is the correct chain gap setting for the SRAM RED eTap AXS 36T Max rear derailleur?