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Old December 6th 18, 03:01 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
Randall Shimizu
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SRAM is a good company, but SACH's blew it when they acquired Maillard and SEDIS. Both SACH's and Maillard were market leaders when SACH's took them over. Maillard was the best hub that used conventional ball bearings and sold more hubs than any company. Their seal technology was the best on the market. SEDIS was the leading bicycle chain company in the world. But for some reason SRAM ignored the bicycle chain market and their market share simply slip away.

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