Shimano XT CS-M771-10 Speed Cassette

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    “Great range and great performance”

    The Good:

    resonably priced, ramped teeth help shifting

    The Bad:

    racers will want a tighter cassette with smaller jumps between gears

    Overall Review:

    Though it has been out for a few years, Shimano's 11-36 cassette is a game changer for those who are looking to minimize the front chainring set-up. The extra spread in gears allows mere mortals like myself to power up climbs and still bomb the downs with just a single ring in front.

    Shimano drivetrain parts usually means durability and quality, and this is no exceptionafter a couple of years of abuse.Hopefully this trend continues and we'll seea range like 10-38 teeth take hold in the mainstream offerings from the big drivetrain players.

    Overall Review:

    Though it has been out for a few years, Shimano's 11-36 cassette is a game changer for those who are looking to minimize the front chainring set-up. The extra spread in gears allows mere mortals like myself to power up climbs and still bomb the downs with just a single ring in front.

    Shimano drivetrain parts usually means durability and quality, and this is no exceptionafter a couple of years of abuse. Hopefully this trend continues and we'll see a range like 10-38 teeth take hold in the mainstream offerings from the big drivetrain players.

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    Miscellaneous Shimano's new XT-level 10-speed cassette specifically designed to work with a 10 speed drivetrain. Shimano developed Dyna-Sys with the goal of increasing rider efficiency. This means closer ratios, smoother shifts, and a more stable pedal stroke. Uses a two-spider construction on the largest six cogs for lightness and rigidity Available in 11-32, 11-34, or 11-36T Alloy lock ring 10 speed Compatible with 8/9 speed freehub bodies Use with 10 speed chain
    Price $62.99

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