- Can you fit an 11 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
- What is the difference between a 10 speed and 11 speed cassette?
- Should my cassette wobble?
- Does a 10 speed cassette need a spacer?
- Can I put a 12 speed cassette on 11 speed hub?
- Is SRAM NX better than GX?
- Are all 11 speed cassettes compatible?
- Can I fit a 12 speed cassette?
- Do I need a spacer for 11 speed cassette?
- Can I put a 10 speed cassette on an 11 speed hub?
- Is SRAM better than Shimano?
- Are 10 and 11 speed chainrings the same?
- Are 11 and 12 speed chainrings the same?
Can you fit an 11 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
An 11 speed Shimano MTB cassette will fit straight onto your MTB wheel which is running the 9 speed cassette.
Obviously you’ll need a new 11 speed shifter, rear mech and chain too.
Actually you won’t need a wheel, 11sp MTB is the same width as 8/9/10 sp, road bikes are different and 11sp is wider..
What is the difference between a 10 speed and 11 speed cassette?
The only difference between the two units is the cassette! The KICKR uses an 11-speed compatible Shimano freehub body, but you can install an 8, 9, or 10 speed cassette with the proper spacers.
Should my cassette wobble?
Should be no wobble , something is amiss . If you do not have the ability to tighten the lock ring on the cassette you should have your LBS have a look at it .
Does a 10 speed cassette need a spacer?
No spacers required on a 10 speed freehub. That’s because, as I said above, the thin spacer comes with the cassette. (10 speed Shimano cassette, that is.
Can I put a 12 speed cassette on 11 speed hub?
Yes you can run a 9/10/11 & 12 speed cassette on a shimano free hub, a Sunrace 12 speed will fit. XTR 12 speed is completely different setup!
Is SRAM NX better than GX?
Compared to the SRAM GX Eagle, the NX is 185 g heavier, with the chain and derailleur making the biggest weight difference. Compared to an X01 Eagle, the NX Eagle gains a whole 438 g, which is quite understandable with a price difference of € 900.
Are all 11 speed cassettes compatible?
When SRAM entered the road groupset market in 2006, it decided to adopt Shimano’s specifications for its chains and cassettes. As a result, the chains and cassettes from the two brands have always been completely interchangeable for any given type of transmission (e.g. 11-speed).
Can I fit a 12 speed cassette?
Yes, you can. All mountain bike cassettes are made to fit standard HG freehub. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12-speed cassettes for Shimano splined freehubs. Unless you have some older cassette that is using a road bike standard which requires bigger freehub for 11-speed adaptation.
Do I need a spacer for 11 speed cassette?
No MTB cassette requires a spacer, except on 11 speed road freehubs (as you now have). Road is a bit different – Shimano 10 speed road cassettes need them on 9/10 speed freehub bodies, and SRAM/Shimano 10 speed do on 11 speed freehub bodies.
Can I put a 10 speed cassette on an 11 speed hub?
This little cassette spacer is the answer for the question of what do I need to run a 10 speed cassette on an 11 speed freehub body. Simply insert this onto the free hub body, then the 10 speed cassette, tighten down the lock nut, and you’re good to go. … Compatible with Shimano and SRAM freehub bodies.
Is SRAM better than Shimano?
Shimano and SRAM both make quality products, but their approach and styles are different. Looking at the current component landscape, it can be said that Shimano is generally the more conservative of the two. Over the last decade, SRAM has pursued drivetrain innovation more aggressively.
Are 10 and 11 speed chainrings the same?
The spacing between 11-speed chainring teeth centers is not narrower than on 10-speed chainrings. In some cases, it is even a bit wider on 11-speed. So your system will perform pretty much the same as it does now if you were to replace your 10-speed chainrings with 11-speed ones.
Are 11 and 12 speed chainrings the same?
The chainring on a 1x system will only “see” the internal of the chain, so yes, a 11 speed chain will work fine with a 12 speed chainring (that’s usually 11/12sp chainring).