Yes. Going forward, all Force eTap AXS rear derailleurs are marked with MAX 36T or MAX 33T on the back of the derailleur near the b-bolt.
Is there a marking or indication on the rear derailleur to know if it is a 36t-max or 33t-max version?
- What is the maximum cassette cog size that is compatible with SRAM eTap AXS rear derailleurs?
- Is there a marking or indication on the rear derailleur to know if it is a 36T Max or 33T Max version?
- What cassettes are compatible with the Force 36t-max rear derailleur?
- What bottom bracket interface standards are the new SRAM RED or Force eTap AXS™ cranksets designed to work with? Are different spindle lengths required to fit wider variants such as BB386 and BBRight?
- Can SRAM RED eTap 2x11 components withstand a rapid temperature change like going from a climate controlled room at 65 degrees F (18C) to outdoors in 0 degree F (-17C) temperatures? What about the other way around, with cold to hot?