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March 16, 2018, 12:20 a.m. -  Alex D

>  But I do think there are lots of companies who could challenge that there rings are as quiet, shed mud as well, and last as long. I doubt the first two. They're all copies of SRAM's narrow-wide design from 2013\. Eagle is a class apart, and I'm not so cynical to believe it exists for the sake of change. SRAM had four years of feedback on X-Sync at every level of the sport. What other manufacturer can claim that for a 1X CR? Eagle variants have probably spent more time on testing jigs and under the legs of professional riders than every aftermarket CR combined. Even absent the supporting anecdotes, I think SRAM deserves the benefit of the doubt.

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