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addictR1
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Looking for a 10sp 11/32 cassette. Is the SRAM red the lightest?


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Miche make a lighter one but most if the cogs are alloy so it wears faster.

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bm0p700f wrote:Miche make a lighter one but most if the cogs are alloy so it wears faster.
Darn.. so other than that probably Red is the lightest?


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Recon do light weight cassettes too. There are quite a few. I think the miche supertype is 130g or something like that. It's the small all cogs though that wear quickly so it suits those that spin and stay in the 17t +sprockets.

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I picked up a SRAM XX XG1099 11-32 on eBay. Excellent shifting, weight, durability. Full steel construction minus the 32t which is aluminium. 185g on my scale.

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yup.. SRAM XX XG1099 is what i have now.. just wondering if worth upgrading to a lighter one. :)

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