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Usually despatched within 2 weeks.
Average connection time 25 secs
The PG 1070 Cassette’s semi-spidered design maintains a high level of shifting performance with a matched cassette/chain combination that runs near silent. To help you in the toughest climbs it is now available in the new 11-32 ratio.
SRAM's WiFLi™ technology accommodates a wider range of gears than a standard short-cage road derailleur. Compared to a triple chainring setup, it provides faster shifts and significant weight savings.
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Very glad the cassette made it to the States. It was basically tossed into a box with virtually no packing materials. The rings were scattered and breaking through the cardboard box. Everything was there even the spacers but come on... wrap things a little! This is the second time I've had this issue. Otherwise this is a good company with great prices.
I am using this on a road bike with a 6700 Shimano compact crank. The rear derailleur is a Shimano SLX 9 speed 662. This wide range setup works well however at the low end the jump from 28 to 32 teeth is pretty big. Over all a good cassette and no issues. My preference would be to drop the 12 cog and have 28-30-32 spacing.
Fitted this cassette to a highend roadbike but after a few weeks noticed that a loud clicking had developed whilst climbing but only in the 21 and 24 cog! spent many hours eliminating all other possibilties before returning the cassette for inspection by probike/sram, eventually a new replacement was sent but although no report was provided by sram as to a possible defect i believe that the cassette spider rivetting was faulty/loose?
Cassettes? You want them to work, be quiet and shift easily and quickly. And not be a pain to remove and install -- the SRAM PG 1070 does all that and is in the sweet spot of price vs weight and bling. Good job SRAM!
Good product. As good as or better than Shimano cassette.
Runs nicely paired with a new 1091 chain. 12-28 offers a good range without any big jumps between gears. I changed from an 11-26 and have no regrets.
Find the 1070 the perfect solution Performance vs price
fantastic to have the 32 teeth gear as a back up to get up those very steep hills at a good cadence
Being used for Sram drive train 10 Using the driveline junginde When you run the 36km ~ 40km something always fell short of a sensation So I chose a product that is 16t Jing gave me a better ratio