Jose Acala’s tool box is festooned with polaroid photos for a reason; the SRAM tech support mechanic was an automobile photographer until the American Automotive industry took it on the nose in the 80′s. Then he took the path that eventually led him to SRAM. Now he spins wrenches for SRAM and snaps photos for no one but himself and the racers.

Jose Acala's tool box is festooned with polaroid photos for a reason; the SRAM tech support mechanic was an automobile photographer until the American Automotive industry took it on the nose in the 80's. Then he took the path that eventually led him to SRAM. Now he spins wrenches for SRAM and snaps photos for no one but himself and the racers.

Jose Acala’s tool box is festooned with polaroid photos for a reason; the SRAM tech support mechanic was an automobile photographer until the American Automotive industry took it on the nose in the 80′s. Then he took the path that eventually led him to SRAM. Now he spins wrenches for SRAM and snaps photos for no one but himself and the racers.

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