Shimano Cassette Cogs Cassette

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Shimano replacement cogs for Shimano brand cassettes, comes in 16t, 20t and 22t.

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chris king single cogs to build a cassette for hope trials evo 2 single speed hub

I have an intense hard eddie. I can't get the gearing right for single speed, the adjustment of the brake as the rear wheel moves to the rear to get chain adjustment tight puts the Disc into the caliper. My next idea is to use 5 or 4 chris king cogs to make a small cassette. My question would be can ... Read More »

New rear wheel, loose cogs in rear cassette rattling

Just got a new rear wheel with a shimano deore XT hub. Switched over my cassette from my Easton XCII's, went of a ride and noticed a weird rattling sound. Was able to identify that it is coming from my rear hub/cassette. I noticed that the cogs are able to move back and forth just a little independe ... Read More »

Loose cogs on fairly new xt cassette

Noticed today that the 3 cogs on my middle carrier are loose. The rivets were not compressed enough is my thought here. Cassette is about 4 months old. Any one ever fixed this them selves? I dont want to involve CRC as they are going to think I break a lot of things as this isn't my first warran ... Read More »

New Cassette, new chain, downshift problem in smaller cogs

Hello, I purchased a new wheelset and decided to use the opportunity to replace my chain and cassette as well. The previous, cassette was a 9 speed Shimano HG61 11-34t, and the chains was a SRAM PC971. I replaced the Cassette with a Shimano XT M770 9 speed 11-34t and replaced the chain with a n ... Read More »

cassette with swapable cogs

Anybody know of a 8 or 9 speed cassette with swapable rings? I know SRAM and Shimano cassette's lower rings are individually removable with spacers between them, but their higher teeth rings are all assemblies. Good from a weight saving standpoint, but I'd like to try out different gear ratios and ... Read More »

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