Rated 4 out of 5 by sindt better jockey wheels
The last longer and are much better fitting than other wheels...!
20 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous I really can't understand what people are going on about in their poor reviews. I've been hammering my 2010 X9 rear mech all 12 months of the year for just over 2 years now, in every weather condition imaginable, and I'm only now replacing these jockey wheels as the teeth themselves are very worn. 2 years of punishment is not bad going in my books and they've never seized, never missed a shift, never been a problem. Are people actually looking after their bikes or are their mechs just full of muck and crap?!
30 July 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous great until they break or wear
Jockey was standard on new sram x9.0 which i bought new for £40 as original x9.0 jockey was badly worn. After approx 14 months limited riding new mech 4 teeth sheared off.
Its a close call to buy a jockey wheel £22 or a complete x9 rear mech £60
X9.0 usually works like a dream smooth reliable shifting but maintenance cost is too high. My jockey is the central fixing with "spoke" between bearing and teeth. The spoke is aweak point which clogs with dirt and was the point of failure. A solid jockey would be more reliable
26 May 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Poor Quality
Having recently purchased a Whyte 901 these jockey wheels came as standard with the X7 groupset. After a few hundred miles including the South Downs they were done for. Okay, they were put through their paces granted, but it's not the first time I've put a groupset through it's paces andI've had much much better longevity from Shimano. So in conclusion I think Sram need to do a lot better in quality, or, make the price of replacement much cheaper - £23 is a joke considering what they are!
07 April 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous You paid how much ?
I suppose they are not too bad, you can pay way more. But more to the point, you can also pay way less. Which is more important, considering these little things dont do much. If I was Ray Mears Id probably spend the winter fashioning some out of a tree, or animal bone.
If you do buy them you can make yourself feel better by looking at the price of the XX or X0 ones.
29 January 2011
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