Do SRAM 10 speed cassettes need a spacer?

Do SRAM 10 speed cassettes need a spacer?

If you are currently running Sram 9 or 10 speed you will need to use this 1.8mm spacer behind the cassette. No Sram cassette requires the use of any additional spacers. If you are running Shimano or Sram 11 speed, the cassette will simply install directly on the freehub body with no spacers required.

Are SRAM and Shimano 10 speed cassettes interchangeable?

In some cases, it is possible to run a cassette from a different brand than the rest of your drivetrain. SRAM and Shimano cassettes, on either road or mountain bike, are interchangeable with each other as the spacing is the same between the sprockets.

What spacer do I need for a 10 speed cassette?

Most Shimano 10-speed cassettes road cassettes come with a 1mm spacer. It is intended to and should be installed whenever it can fit on the freehub body. Mountain cassettes never include or use this spacer.

Can I use 11 speed derailleur with 10-speed cassette?

No, that will not work. The shifts will not line up across the entire range, because an 11-speed cassette is not just a 10-speed cassette with an extra cog stuck on at the same spacing.

Where do spacers go on cassette?

These spacers go onto the freehub body before the cassette. Tighten the cassette lockring to 40N-m. If you don’t have a torque wrench this can be described as “pretty friggin’ tight!!” and you should have your forearm muscles bulging a little.

Will a 10-speed derailleur work with 11 speed?

Can you use an 11 speed rear derailleur with a 10 speed shifter?

What is the pg-1070 cassette?

The PG-1070 cassette offers an innovative approach to 10-speed cassette design. Its performance is optimized by tooth profile and shift ramp design for quick and positive index shifting.

Is the SRAM 1070 cassette any good?

Longtime SRAM cassette user. I’ve used the 1070 cassette for over 10 years and it’s been flawless. The shifts are crisp, regardless of the chain. I’ve paired it with the SRAM 1070 and KMC XL10 SL chains with no issues. The only drawback is the price is typically higher than the comparable Shimano Ultegra cassette.

Is there a difference between the SRAM 1070 and Ultegra 11-28t?

The SRAM 1070 11-28T and Ultegra 11-28T have slightly different cog sizes, but difference is subtle. Plus if I use a Shimano cassette on my Bontrager wheelset, I need to use a 1mm spacer.

What is the Powerglide 1170 cassette?

The PowerGlide 1170 cassette provides an undeniable performance advantage. It’s the final piece in the drivetrain puzzle and delivers ultra-fast, ultra-quiet shifts that will always put you in the right gear. Largest three cogs are attached to an aluminum spider. Smoother shifting with reduced noise . Semi-spider design.

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