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  1. After listening to the album 3 times I couldn't quite place my finger on what the style was exactly except to say that the songs were great. From punchy angry rock to fun filled rock'n roll to deep love piano ballads to dark anti war songs Cassette effortlessly move around genres.4/5(1).
  2. Shifting across the block is typically Shimano smooth, and the jump from the 37t to the 46t was always executed without drama, something that was seemingly the main concern of all who questioned the legitimacy of the cassette. Paired with an XT mid-cage derailleur, all it took to set up was a few turns of the B-screw and we’re away.
  3. Aug 18,  · I prefer Sram. All my bikes are Sram. I run a 1×10 on my fat bike and have a n/w chainring. I have not had a problem with it in 6 months of riding. The Sram feels more snappy to me also. That being said I would not base my decision on the d/t that was on the bike. Shimano makes some great stuff. It is a personal preference.
  4. Apr 03,  · Am kind of skeptical of electronic shifting for adventure riding but a or cassette (for use with a 40 or 42t chainring, not the 46 Chris assumes above) would have had me considering it for the smaller steps. 42×10 is a perfect high gear for my riding and a 42×42 or 44 low is just right too and would iron out a couple of the bigger.
  5. Single ring setups such as yours with any kind of "traditional" range cassette (say as opposed to whats on some modern 1x bikes, like ) come nowhere close to exceeding the total capacity of even a short cage rear derailer, so you're probably good there.
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  7. Most common cassette tape lengths are 46, 60 and 90 minutes, but there are also a few different lengths like 30, 50, 54, 64, 70, 74, 80, , , minutes and also some rare and crazily long and minutes cassettes (but these two latter ones are filled with such a thin tape that it's not really wise to actually use it, because the.
  8. On my road bike, I have an old 8 speed Shimano Cassette like this: I'm not % sure about tooth count on each cog, but I think it's something like: 23, 21, 19,17,15, 14, 13,12 (probably?) I'm having issues with the size of the cogs. Climbing even basic hills is very hard even on the biggest cog. (It's wearing out my knees).

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