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    A bicycle cassette is the cluster of sprockets located on the rear hub of your bike, slotting onto a freehub body and held firmly in place with a threaded cassette lockring. A typical cassette can have anything between five and 13 sprockets, although most modern bicycle drivetrains use either 9, 10 or
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    How to Diagnose & Replace Worn Out Bicycle Chains & Cassettes. Written by Wally Wallace Friday, Repair & Tech Info - Featured Tech Articles Having worked on bikes for decades, the Bikeman knows how to spot and replace a worn out chain and cassette.
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    Apr 10,  · I just put on a new XTR cassette and chain on my bike. I upgraded from an LX cassette and also moved to a cassette with lower gearinga tooth cogs. My LBS put it on for me and I rode it for the first time yesterday afternoon but was having problems.
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    Nov 16,  · The cassette hub uses a “freehub” sytem, which is a type of clutch mounted to the body of the hub. This cylindrical mechanism ratchets counter-clockwise for coasting, and locks clockwise for driving the bike when pedaled. The freehub body has a series of splines on the outer shell. “Cassette” sprockets slide over these splines.
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    The mount on the freehub is mostly compatible. Road cassettes tend to have more individual gears and the splinging in the hub is deeper to accomidate the greater force. Mountain cassettes tend toward multiple gear groups on a carrier, so the force is more evenly distributed and manufacturers can save weight by making the splines shorter.
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    Apr 20,  · Is the compact chainset dead? With incredibly broad cassette ranges with larger gears now the norm, we ponder the future of compact chainsets Richard Windsor April 20, pmAuthor: Richard Windsor.
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    In addition, the rear cogs or cassette can be 7, 8, 9, and 10 speeds to give you up to 30 different gears on a derailleur bicycle. However, most touring and mountain bicycles use a ‘triple’ front crankset and 8 or 9 rear cogs to give you 24 to 27 different touring bicycle gearing.