Can you put a 9-speed cassette on a 11 speed hub?

Can you put a 9-speed cassette on a 11 speed hub?

Condensed Answer: A 9-speed SRAM or Shimano cassette can be installed on an 11-speed MTB SRAM or Shimano hub right away. A 9-speed SRAM or Shimano cassette will require a 1.85mm spacer to be mounted securely on an 11-speed Shimano or SRAM road hub.

What is a 9-speed cassette?

For example, a drivetrain with a 9-sprocket cassette and three front chainrings offers 27 gears in total (3×9), while two chainrings up front and a 10-speed cassette will deliver 20 gear options (2×10). Sprockets vary in size according to the number of teeth they have.

What is a 11/32 cassette?

The rear cassette is 11 speed 11-32. This means there are 11 cogs ranging from 11 teeth up to 32 teeth (the exact cogs are 11/12/13/14/16/18…

Will a 7sp cassette fit on an 8 9 so freehub body?

7-speed cassettes fit fine on 8- and 9-speed (and most 10-speed) hubs if you put a 4.5 mm spacer onto the body before the cassette.

Do SunRace cassettes fit Shimano hubs?

Most cassette hubs are compatible with Shimano cassette cogs. SRAM cassettes and most Miche, IRD and SunRace cassettes use the same inter-sprocket spacing as Shimano, but at least some SRAM 10-speed cassettes do not fit aluminum-body Dura-Ace hubs.

Are Shimano 9 speed and 10 speed cassettes interchangeable?

9- and 10-speed cassettes will both fit on the same wheel. The splines are the same for each. If you run your 10-speed shifters in friction mode (not possible if you’re using STI “brifters” , then you can use either cassette on that system.

Can a 9 speed be converted to 11 speed?

Converting a 9-speed wheel to 11-speed You will have to buy a new 11-speed wheel and replace the entire wheel. On the other hand, if your current wheel is an 11-speed wheel, you can convert it to 11-speed by removing the low spacer from the low side of the 9-speed sprocket and installing an 11-speed sprocket.

What is faster 9 speed or 11 speed?

11-speed cassettes are absolutely not faster than 9-speed cassettes. The factor that determines the speed of your bike is you; the rider. Putting an 11-speed cassette on your bike will not magically produce more speed. It will, however, allow you to find the correct gear more easily.

Why are cassette teeth different?

Google “worn cassette.” typically normal, the teeth have different shapes and profiles to help shifting. the cogs are also slightly rotated from each other, ie the teeth aren’t all in the line, to help the chain move from cog to cog.

Is 11/32 cassette Good for hills?

Most riders can get away with a compact chainset 50 / 34 and an 11 – 32 cassette for their steepest hills. Many touring bikes and tandems still use triple chainsets, but they often have heavier loads to haul.

Can you fit a 12 speed cassette on a 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.

Can I convert my 9 speed to 11 speed?

Is this a good 9 speed cassette for a mountain bike?

This is a great 9 speed cassette for a mountain bike. However you will have lost interest in repairing or upgrading your bike by the time you get the part from this seller.

What if Shimano integrated spacers onto the sprockets?

This is particularly galling, as there’s a spacer between each sprocket, and if shimano integrated these spacers onto all the sprockets themselves (as they do for the very smallest), they could effectively double the footprint of each one, which would automatically spread the force over double the area and alleviate the problem quite a bit.

What is an XT-grade cassette?

The XT-grade cassette gives essentially the same functionality as the lower-grade (SLX, Deore, Alivio, in descending order of price) versions. The sprockets themselves are still made from steel, however the largest 6 are borne on an aluminium “spider”, which has two claimed advantages:

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