SHIMANO DEORE XT - 12-Speed - HYPERGLIDE+ - MTB Cassette Sprocket
With its BEAM SPIDER construction, the new SHIMANO DEORE XT M8100 12-speed cassette shaves weight while increasing SHIMANO's MTB gearing range another gear. Using SHIMANO's new MICRO SPLINE freehub body and HYPERGLIDE+ tooth profile, these 10-45 and 10-51T cassettes deliver advanced shifting performance.
New shift ramp designs provide the fastest, smoothest shifts by HYPERGLIDE+
Lighter and stiffer construction
Reduces cassette inertia resulting in faster acceleration and increased chain security
10T lowest sprocket realized by new FREEHUB body construction
Definitive shifting performance
Wide range and close step 12-speed drivetrain
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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High quality, lighter in weight
by Alain L.
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I rarely find myself in a cog about 45t, so why add the weight. Besides, I like the teeth count jumps to be a little closer together. It's Shimano XT, do the quality is good. Knocked it down a star on "value" mostly because it's a lot of money for a cassette. I'm use to paying a lot less for all-road cassettes (ie, 12-27).
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