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SRAM Force XG-1270 Cassette
SRAM Force XG-1270 Cassette
SRAM Force XG-1270 Cassette

Force XG-1270 Cassette

Mfg PartNum:00.2418.106.000
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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.


  • Features at least five one-tooth jumps for a smoother gear progression
  • 10-tooth start helps provide a wider gearing range
  • Designed to work with an XDR driver body
  • MINI CLUSTER construction reduces weight and increases durability
  • All Zipp wheels starting from 2012 are XDR ready

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.


    Mfg PartNum: 00.2418.106.000 


    Cog Sizes: 10-26t, 10-28t, 10-33t, 10-36t 


    Color: Black 


    Compatibility: XDR 


    Speeds: 12 

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    Better spacing than RED plus larger cog
    by iggyto
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Santa Barbara, CA

    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.

    Reviewed 9/21/2020
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