Wolf Tooth Road Link with AXS RD

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StellarPatellar
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by StellarPatellar

Has anyone ever tried the Wolf Tooth Road Link with an AXS rear derailleur? Specifically, I'm looking looking to move up from a Force 10-36 cassette to something like the Rotor 11-39 cassette since I've found I don't have enough gearing for some of the longer steeper gravel adventures I end up on, at least after the first couple big climbs. My chainrings are 36-33 but I can't go smaller because of the SRAM power metter bcd is 107 and the smallest chainrings I've found are the 33s.

Another option is the Garbaruk cage extender, although that specifies 1x only and is pretty up front about it.

markdjr
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by markdjr

Have you tried the 11-39 without Roadlink? I think it might clear. I'm using AXS RD with RoadLink on a 10-45 cassette.

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StellarPatellar
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by StellarPatellar

markdjr wrote:
Mon Jun 27, 2022 4:49 am
Have you tried the 11-39 without Roadlink? I think it might clear. I'm using AXS RD with RoadLink on a 10-45 cassette.
I haven't tried it. I'm actually not even sure if it will work with the flat top chain, which I think I'm probably tied to unless I get different chainrings.

stalkersk
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by stalkersk

Cassette works with flattop chain

Archer13
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by Archer13

If it helps - I'm using Red Etap (11s, declared max 32 cog) with WT Road Link and 10-42 cassette without problems.

NickJHP
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by NickJHP

Archer13 wrote:
Wed Jul 06, 2022 9:17 am
If it helps - I'm using Red Etap (11s, declared max 32 cog) with WT Road Link and 10-42 cassette without problems.
Somewhat similar here - Red eTap 11s WiFli RD, SRAM specify 32t max cog, copes fine on its own with an 11-36 cassette with just a few turns of the B screw, and there's still adjustment left on the B screw if I wanted to try something larger than 36t.

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