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Shimano Tiagra CS-HG500 10 Speed Cassette 11-32 Tooth - HG500
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Tiagra CS-HG500 10 Speed Cassette

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Shimano's Tiagra CS-HG500 10-Speed Cassette offers a versatile gear range with high-quality construction. The computer-designed tooth configuration features contoured shift gates, resulting in a crisp smooth shift even under load. The sprockets are cut away and drilled to reduce weight without reducing rigidity. To prevent wear and corrosion, this cassette has a nickel-plated finish and a steel cassette lockring.

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Drivetrain Speed: 10-Speed 


Cassette Type: Shimano 10 

11-32 Tooth - HG500

Cassette Use: Road 

Mfg PartNum: ICSHG50010132 

11-34 Tooth - HG500

Mfg PartNum: ICSHG50010134 

Cassette Use: Gravel 

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by Homermet99
Cycling Enthusiast
Western NY

I like to attack hills with great focus on the pedal stroke. That way I have no memory of pain beyond the crest. This cassette was an expansion that made the challenge more rewarding. Less likely to bonk.

Reviewed 8/10/2020
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Customer service and products from Western are superb!
by Irv
Cycling Enthusiast
Happy Valley, OR

Living near the top of Mt. Scott, and getting older -), I increasingly appreciate a larger cog, so this 32 tooth gear is excellent. And customer service at Western is always helpful. Their advice and suggestions are given willingly, and I find it extremely helpful.

Reviewed 8/3/2020
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Shimano cassette
by Jim
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great product at an outstanding price

Reviewed 11/8/2018
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High Quality, excellent shifting, durable, a little heavy.
by Jswitow
Cycling Enthusiast
Knoxville, TN
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

I use this on my gravel bike (on 27.5 wheels) with a 3248 adventure crank set-up. It allows me to climb about anything. I would like for it to be a little lighter, but the dependability is bullet-proof.

Reviewed 7/13/2018
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Works as it should
by Hornbeam
Cycling Enthusiast
St Pete,FL

I think that sometimes there is the impression that if you pay more for bike parts that the more expensive parts work better. Not true. Tiagra is a good example of this. The Tiagra line functions perfectly. If you are worried about every gram of weight then, of course, buy Dura Ace. Tiagra suits me and my wallet.

Reviewed 6/3/2021
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Very Nice Upgrade for Looks and Function
by Dave
Cycling Enthusiast
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this cassette to replace the all black crummy looking 11-40 Sunrace cassette that came stock on my Trek DS4. Not only does it look so much more classy, it's an 11-42! Worked out just fine with the stock derailleur and chain. Shifts in to and out of the 42 easily. I am very happy with the outcome and glad I took the chance.

Reviewed 8/5/2019
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