XX1 (10-42) Cassette with XTR Deraillieur

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

sounds like the problem is the XD driver, to me.

It's (somehow) sitting too far inboard. Is it the correct XD driver for that hub?

[I run a number of Sram 10-42 cassettes with XT and XTR mechs, no problem]

The issue isn't the mech, the issue is the cassette is too far inboard, which is therefore a XD driver issue as the Sram cassette only fixes on in one way i.e. no spacers or anything.

egebhardt
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by egebhardt

I'm sold. I'll be trying this soon. I've got all the parts but haven't pulled the trigger yet.
Eric in San Carlos, CA

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DOUG
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by DOUG

Just an update on this one, I ended up going with an XTR cassette with the OneUp 45T conversion kit and using a 34T chainring (which I had anyway). Worked flawlessly out of the box, only needed 2 clicks on the barrel adjuster to get it dialed.

I still have the cassette sitting there waiting until I have enough time to muck around with it but for now I'm just enjoying riding the bike. Ill update this thread with a solution once i get to it just in case someone finds this and has the same issue!

niklasp
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by niklasp

Got similar problems.
Been running xt shifter and rear derailleur with a sram 10-42 gx cassette without problem, but changed to a xx1 cassette 10-42 and at first the index was off. Didn't work to adjust low / high (high was fine) and the b tension screw was perfekt.
It's almost like indexing is off. If I adjust the barrel adjuster to make it go away the chain won't come down at the 10 cog.
I installed the gx cassette again and it works great again. Come on its a saving of 130g :roll: so help me please.

Almost new chain that doesn't indicate wear. Cassette bought second hand but very little used.

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