11 speed wide cassette that are light.

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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Marin
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by Marin

Nice find!

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by TheKaiser

ooo wrote:
Fri Mar 22, 2019 10:51 am
sub $90 range:

11-36T: 11-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-28-32-36, about 235g (advertised)

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That is funny, I was about to suggest ZTTO as well. They have an incredible variety of models and seem to be coming out with more on a weekly basis. Having said that, it can make it a little tricky figuring out what you are really getting, particularly if you are buying through a reseller. On MTBR, there is a thread where the owner (or a bigwig) from ZTTO is very active, and I've seen him talking about 1st, 2nd...5th generations of a given product, with changes made to tooth shaping or other significant differences separating the generations, and some funky designs like narrow/wide teeth on the largest cog on some models (i guess it's half narrow/wide technically, as the wide bits only appear on the back side of the cog), and often a fair bit of aluminum use on larger cogs.

That's not to say they aren't a great deal, just do your homework and probably order direct from them via Ali, Amazon, or possibly their website. I'm thinking about picking up one of their 10-46 all steel cassettes, which looks very comparable to sram models at quite a savings. As tempting as the weight savings are, I am a littly iffy about doing anything other than maybe the largest cog or 2 in aluminum.

If any of you are using them, I'd love to hear how they are holding up, and if you have that half narrow/wide large cog, how that shifts. It seems odd to me to do narrow/wide on a cassette when you can't guarantee it will be clocked properly to the chain interface.

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by spdntrxi

if you do.. let us know how they shift and if they are noisy....

I picked up a E13 TRS Race 9-46 for when I go 1X.. using a Shimano 11-40 and XX1 10-42 right now, but still 2X.
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TheKaiser wrote:
ooo wrote:
Fri Mar 22, 2019 10:51 am
sub $90 range:

11-36T: 11-13-15-17-19-21-23-25-28-32-36, about 235g (advertised)

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=156139

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That is funny, I was about to suggest ZTTO as well. They have an incredible variety of models and seem to be coming out with more on a weekly basis. Having said that, it can make it a little tricky figuring out what you are really getting, particularly if you are buying through a reseller. On MTBR, there is a thread where the owner (or a bigwig) from ZTTO is very active, and I've seen him talking about 1st, 2nd...5th generations of a given product, with changes made to tooth shaping or other significant differences separating the generations, and some funky designs like narrow/wide teeth on the largest cog on some models (i guess it's half narrow/wide technically, as the wide bits only appear on the back side of the cog), and often a fair bit of aluminum use on larger cogs.

That's not to say they aren't a great deal, just do your homework and probably order direct from them via Ali, Amazon, or possibly their website. I'm thinking about picking up one of their 10-46 all steel cassettes, which looks very comparable to sram models at quite a savings. As tempting as the weight savings are, I am a littly iffy about doing anything other than maybe the largest cog or 2 in aluminum.

If any of you are using them, I'd love to hear how they are holding up, and if you have that half narrow/wide large cog, how that shifts. It seems odd to me to do narrow/wide on a cassette when you can't guarantee it will be clocked properly to the chain interface.
Got a link to this 10-46?


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LeDuke wrote:
Sat Mar 23, 2019 5:36 pm

Got a link to this 10-46?

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I just tried to find it, but it seems that, while it was discussed as a possibility, it may not be in the market yet, which is a bummer. I only see 10-42 for XD and 11-46 for HG in their Aliexpress store: https://365bike.aliexpress.com/store/gr ... 6210.1_0_3

I see you found that MTBR thread and commented there already. You may want to send the ZTTO guy a PM on theretoo, to get and update and encourage him to follow through with it. His username is: QingchenHuang

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by d36

Ztto 11-46 looks interesting

Lighter than XT 11-42 and better jumps

Anyone tried it with an xt di2 rd?

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by ooo

478%

SROAD WSD-8011-0943-A1
http://m.flysroad.cn/product/72.html

Type: Mountain
Speed: 11S
Size: Φ177 × 43mm
Number of teeth: 9-43T
9-10-12-15-18-21-24-28-32-36-43
Weight: 301g
Material: chrome molybdenum vanadium steel + aviation aluminum alloy
Installation: XD

It's not on aliexpress yet, but you can request it via SROAD ali resellers - JM Bike Store and HXH Bike Store

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Sroad have some pretty interesting cassettes, 9-43 and 10-36 for example. I wonder how the 9-x ones mount - has to be a 2-piece solution somehow.

http://www.flysroad.cn/product/6/

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yes my E13 TRS Race is a 2 peice design 9-46 is pretty nice on 1x if you are not that cadence sensitive
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Marin wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:28 pm
Sroad have some pretty interesting cassettes, 9-43 and 10-36 for example. I wonder how the 9-x ones mount - has to be a 2-piece solution somehow.

http://www.flysroad.cn/product/6/

Their 10-36t option now on Aliexpress. Anyone with experience?
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by kroem

Anyone sourced the SROAD cassette? E13 9-34 looks pretty nice, cheaper also?

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by ooo

as dlj2119 said, 10-36 can be sourced here - sroad ali link
this seller do not list 9-xx cassette, but you can ask him
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Does anybody have experience with ZTTO's 11-speed cassette and Shimano's new XTR m9100 12-speed chain? Like more and more people, I'm looking into using the 12-speed chain on a Dura ace/Ultegra drivetrain (mine has the Rx805 RD) to quiet down the noise. I'm interested in ZTTO's 11-36T and wonder if it can fit the 12-speed chain on an 11-speed groupset.

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Personally, I started out on my Cervelo Aspero with an 11-32 ZTTO cassette, purchased on eBay from ZTTO itself, and while it weighed close to advertised (218 g v 216 g), it was very crude with poor shifting (using SRAM Force 2x), and I replaced it. An LBS installed it so that was not the issue. I too observed the ZTTO representative sticking up for his company's products on this site, and gave credit to that. Hopefully I just got a rare dud, I'm rooting for ZTTO, but in the end I gave it away to another poster on this site.
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dlj2119 wrote:Their 10-36t option now on Aliexpress. Anyone with experience?
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I’d be interested i feedback too. Currently running 10-42 XG1199 with a 44/30 XTR crank. I think the 10-36 would be a little more suitable.


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