Shimano XTR M970 Cassette

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Weight : 224 grams MSRP : $350.00


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Shimano's M960 XTR cassette cogs offer the ultimate in reliable, smooth shifting for 9 speed drivetrains. Each cog is drilled out for lightness and mounted via a light alloy carrier that increases rigidity while reducing weight. To further reduce weight, the 4 largest cogs are constructed from titanium.

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Will a 3x9 Shimano XTR crankset (M970) fit on the Czar?

If this is possible, what kind / brand bottom bracket advise me? Thanks for responding.Read More »

Shimano Deore LX M580 to XTR M970 Crankset swap

I have an 07 Santa Cruz Superlight that has a Deore LX M580 crankshaft with hollowtech BB. I am wanting to swap to an XTR M970 crank. What all do I need to do to swap cranks? Will my existing BB be compatible with the XTR crank? Are there any how to's out there for changing a crankset? Tha ... Read More »

Chainring bolts for Shimano M970 XTR crank

I have a Shimano M970 XTR crankset that I am converting to 2x10 with use of a BBG bashguard in place of the outer ring. The Shimano website indicates that the outer/middle ring bolts are M8 x 7 and the inner bolts are M8 x 10.1. I cannot find a source for bolts of these sizes except OEM from Shim ... Read More »

XTR SL-M980 & CS-M980 10sp will work with RD-M972 & FC-M970 & FC-M971?

Well i was thinking if it is possible to change the rear cassette of mine, with the 10sp and also the speed levers and 10sp chain if they will work with my older xtr rd, fd, crank-set? Thanks :)Read More »

XTR M970 Left Crank Arm wanted

I succeeded in stripping the spines in my crank arm, and am hoping someone has one lying around out there. Of course, its not compatible with any other model.Read More »

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