Shimano Slx Cassette

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Shimano Slx Cassette

8 Reviews for Slx Cassette

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 If you have a tight budget but want a product that will last Shimano SLX is your best bet! I run a full SLX Chainset, Cassette, Deraillers and Shifters - they work like a dream! Very smooth shifting and great application of power!
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 works fine i cant justify spending any more on a cassette atm so this was the best bang for ya buck. shifts smoothly even after a full days riding and an on the go deraileur adjustment. look cool to with the 2 colours and the xt like spider on the outer 3 larger rings.
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 very similar to xt and xtr, just the more cost effective option if your not bothered about weight. Shimano have done a great job of creating a cheaper version than xt and xtr yet still just as good performance wise
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 Just three thing to say: lightweigt, very durable and extremely smooth work... Another perfect product of Shimano. And YES - in Japan they know how to make great stuff and parts.
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 Great product for the money, shifting is super smooth compared to older designs. Hopefully it lasts, but if not, you won't feel the pain replacing it since it's very reasonably priced.
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 Great value for money, Shimano quality and great for shifting. Not to mention only a few grams heavier than it's more expensive XT counterpart. It may even be lighter with the use of an aluminium lockring!
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 Good price and available in 28/11 but steel carriers on this product eat Alloy freehubs, for this reason I have gone back to XT standard ratio with alloy body.
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 great cassette, pretty light, saint version can b found which is even lighter with an alloy carrier and 28/11 tooth which is what i run
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Shimano Slx Cassette (MSRP $56.52) — New SLX, Tough, Aggressive and Light, for a modern mountain bike group. Deore LX, has been functionally re-designed into two groups: New SLX for MTB and new Deore LX for Trekking.

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Release Date 2009
Price $57
Cassette Material Steel/Steel 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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