ZTTO CSMXXL10 Speed 11-42T Wide Ratio MTB Mountain Bike Bicycle Part Cassette Sprocket with Extended B-Screw and 3mm Allen Key
ZTTO 10 SPEED 11-42T WIDE RATIO CASSETTE
Feel hard to climb the mountain or want to modify your old 10 speed group set to 1X system?
Our product may be the cheapest wide ratio modify solution you can find in the market. The only thing we sacrifice here is the weight, if you don’t sensitive to the weight, our product may be your best choice.
SRAM 10 Speed MTB derailleurs are generally compatible (check its chain wrap capability), Shimano derailleurs require a longer B-tension screw.
Our package include a stainless steel B-screw and a 3 mm Allen key to install it. So you don’t need to buy them from other seller. Fits on Shimano or Sram compatible freehubs.
SRAM / Shimano mid or long cage derailleur only (check its specs for chain wrap capability). For Shimano HG splined freehubs.
Color: Champagne Silver
Cogs: 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42
MATERIAL: High Tensile Steel
WEIGHT: 526g. (11-42t)
New in box package 25mm Stainless Steel B-screw*1 3mm Allen Key*1 11-42T Cassette (Champagne Silver)*1
- Compatibility: Only for SRAM / Shimano mid or long cage derailleur
- Durable full steel design. Weight: 526 g (11-42t); For Shimano HG splined freehubs
- Cogs 11-42t: 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42
- 10 Speed Wide Ratio Cassette with B-screw and 3mm Allen Key
- Super Affordable and Easy to Install
Better than I Expected I decided to take a chance on this, as the 42t cog was steel and not on a spider carrier – – which meant if I decided to just use the cog, I could separate it from the cluster and do so. Last year I purchased a cheap Chinese 42t alloy expander cog and was sorely disappointed in its poor quality. I was all ready to finally but a Sunrace 11-42 when I spied this. IMO, it actually has a better, less ‘notchy’ gear spacing than the Sunrace. When I got it, I weighed it; and; yes, it weighed 2.5 oz…
Heavy but durable [updated after 403 miles of aggressive mountain bike use per Strava] This is a well-made cassette. Quite heavy–5 oz heavier than the $60 Sunrace 11-42, according to the specs–but there’s nothing about the construction that is inferior to a Shimano-brand cassette, and it shifts well.I don’t put a lot of power through my drivetrain (I weigh 135 lb), but I ride in conditions that are hard on parts; I replaced my chain 100 miles after putting this cassette on, and the chain (@ 300 mi)…