ZTTO 11-36T(235g), 11-34T(228g), 11-32T(216g) 11s cassettes (unconfirmed weight)

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ooo
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by ooo

ZTTO SLR2 11s cassettes advertised weight @ ali link:

11-36T: 11-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-28-32-36, about 235g
11-34T: 11-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-28-31-34, about 228g
11-32T: 11-12-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-28-32, about 216g
11-28T: 11-12-13-14-15-17-19-21-23-25-28, about 208g

All cog sets are different to shimano/sram (except 11-28T):

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Nozes
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by Nozes

Very nice!
I'm keeping an eye on those.

It looks very new even on Aliexpress,within a few weeks many others stores will have it for sure.

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prebsy
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by prebsy

I'll definitely be getting an 11-34. Does anyone know if they are using 11s road spacing through out or are they doing the overhang 10s spacing on the 11-34 and 11-36

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by deepakvrao

The 11-36 is 130 grams lighter than a SRAM? Thats amazing. Is this a know brand?

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by Marin

The Sram 11-36 is a boat anchor though. Compare with the Sram XX1 10-42 or 10x 11-36.

The Zitto is half aluminum which might be too fragile for the medium cogs.

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Darn would be interested in the 11/36 for 10 sp. would it be possible to use this but not install the smallest cog and use the 11sp spacer on my 10sp?

If so would a wifli mid cage support the 36t? Or is that wishful thinking?


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addictR1 wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:02 am
Darn would be interested in the 11/36 for 10 sp. would it be possible to use this but not install the smallest cog and use the 11sp spacer on my 10sp?

If so would a wifli mid cage support the 36t? Or is that wishful thinking?
For 10s, get an 11-36 XX1 Sram MTB cassette. There are good used deals for ones with not too much wear. They are very light and full steel except for the 1st cog.

On my 10s Sram bike, my Apex Wifli derailleur has no problems shifting an 11-36, I use it every day, basically in 1x mode because there's no reason to shift down from the 46t ring with this cassette.

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by ooo

prebsy wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 28, 2019 3:14 pm
I'll definitely be getting an 11-34. Does anyone know if they are using 11s road spacing through out or are they doing the overhang 10s spacing on the 11-34 and 11-36
I have asked them about compatibility with 10s hubs, it is not supported yet, but they will consider it in the future.
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by Nozes

I have bought one in 11-32 last weekend, will report here as soon as it arrives.
57, 09€!

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by wfcarrot

The old version has a bad review on Amazon. Hope this new product could change it.

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by Brynhildr

Somebody on reddit said that they bent one of their ZTTO cassettes, dunno which model, but that kinda put me off.

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Marin wrote:
addictR1 wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:02 am
Darn would be interested in the 11/36 for 10 sp. would it be possible to use this but not install the smallest cog and use the 11sp spacer on my 10sp?

If so would a wifli mid cage support the 36t? Or is that wishful thinking?
For 10s, get an 11-36 XX1 Sram MTB cassette. There are good used deals for ones with not too much wear. They are very light and full steel except for the 1st cog.

On my 10s Sram bike, my Apex Wifli derailleur has no problems shifting an 11-36, I use it every day, basically in 1x mode because there's no reason to shift down from the 46t ring with this cassette.
Thanks Marin.
But for 11/42 then wifli might not be long enough with 46T front?

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I don't think a Wifli will shift a 42t cassette. Front chainring is irrelevant and will only affect chain length.

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New 9-34 cassette BTW: https://r2-bike.com/ETHIRTEEN-Cassette- ... 9-34-teeth

MTB gear spacing though, if you compare to a 3t bailout (which is also mabe by e13).

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They do have an all-steel cassette which looks to be machined in a similar way to Sram's X-Dome construction. Costs a lot more though and so far only available in 11–26T and 11–28T for 11-speed.

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/produc ... 33e7dxFgst

If you're looking for larger cassettes for cross or MTB they have some interesting options as well. These look to have a large part of the cluster machined in one piece, then the largest two or three cogs pinned to the spider. 11-speed is all steel while on the 12-speed the largest cog is aluminium.

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/produc ... 1afdMnSwxg
https://www.aliexpress.com/store/produc ... 7fbfV7qPQZ

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