Shimano Deore Xt Cassette

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Shimano Deore Xt Cassette

10 Reviews for Deore Xt Cassette

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 the alloy hollower is the best idea for the alloy freehub bodies so they dont damage the body, it have a lot ot life it ride with always clean chain and the reshift is so easy
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 Pros:
1. Lightweight
2. Great durability (if taken care of duh.)
3. Nice smooth shift

Cons:
1. None, pay more if you want less weight.
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 Great part. Very light. Durable. Quality of work-extra. In comparison with the SRAM cassette is a lot better. One of the best cassettes on the market. I recommend 100%.
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 Great shifting, outstanding weight, reasonable price. This is the only Shimano cassette that exists IMO.
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 Great cassette with slick shifting all the way!
Light weight and really easy to clean after a mucky ride.
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 Best value cassette out there - almost as light as the XTR for a fraction of the price and last really well.
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 great cassette been running one for over a year and it's still going strong not even a bent tooth get one
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 Great cassette, REALLY LIGHT, lasts ages, good for the money, does'nt look great, but hey, its only a cassette..
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 lots of gear options, very durable and also very light. you'll be hitting jumps and bombing the trails in style.
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 Very quiet and really smooth, although an XTR is more smoother.
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Shimano Deore Xt Cassette (MSRP $114.02) — As Mountain Bikes continue to become more diverse, components must evolve. Deore XT addresses the needs of today's riders just like it did when it was first introduced back in 1982 as the world's first MTB group. Revolutionary new designs like the Shimano Shadow rear derailleur complement the the latest evolution of traditional designs to give you the right choice for your riding style.

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Release Date 2009
Price $114
Cassette Material Steel/Alloy Carrier
Tooth range 11/32 11/34
Tooth range - The tooth range of a cassette determines the cadence you pedal at. A lower tooth count means you will be pedaling harder, but will have a higher top end speed.
Speeds 9

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