SRAM Force XG-1270 Cassette
Designed for the next generation of drivetrains and the next generation of riders. The SRAM Force XG-1270 cassette is optimized for electronic shifting and features our X-Range gearing technology. Smooth, precise shifts, from 10T on up. 12-speed, 10-36 AXS wide gearing cassette.
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Cassette Type: XDR
Drivetrain Speed: 12-Speed
Cog Sizes: 10-36t
Cassette Use: Road
Mfg PartNum: 00.2418.117.000
Mfg PartNum: 00.2418.117.003
Mfg PartNum: 00.2418.117.001
Mfg PartNum: 00.2418.117.002
Mfg Warranty: 24 Mo. Parts
Warranty URL: https://www.sram.com/en/service/warranty
I was building out a new bike and bought a handful of products. Some I needed and some I didn't. The team never asked any odd questions about other returns and exchanges. Products are perfect AND hands down the best team to ask for help and follow up! Cheapest prices too????
Cassette works well. Actually can be used with standard cage Force rear AXS derailleur. Looks like there are two different sizes of these derailleurs that they don't seem to high light. There are some stamped with a 33t and another stamped 36T. It appears that the 36t is not as common and can be found in the wide groupos
I added a 33x36 to my wife's bike. It maxes out the set screw on the Force rear derailleur but I have been able to get it to work without having to purchase the XPLR rear derailleur. I wish they would make a Red version of one of these.
Great update. Light weight and very Quite. Perfect setup is the 50/37 crankset with the 10-36 cassette. Literally the Goldilocks combo. It is a do it all combo. For fast group rides to hill climbs. The sram force chainset plus cassette made a big upgrade in shifting over my rival on my SL7.
I started with the SRAM RED 10-33 cassette and always found the 5 tooth jump from 33 to 28 baffling. A five tooth jump was becoming annoying as 33 was too large and 28 wasn't enough. Then I switched to this cassette in a 10-36. What a difference. The four largest gears have a four tooth jump which is much more tolerable. 24-28-32-36. So I basically get the previous cassette with an larger 36 cog.
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