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Shimano Deore Cassette 9 Speed HG61

9 Speed cassette available in 11-32/11-34T

Shimano Deore Cassette 9 Speed HG61 Features:

  • 50g lighter than CS-HG50-9 (11-34T)
  • New Color

Buy Shimano Deore Cassette 9 Speed HG61 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Teeth: 11-34t, 11-32t, 12-36t, 11-28t
  • Speed: 9 Speed
 
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by buen peso, buen color y cambios comodos. No es muy pesado, su color llama la atención, el cambio de una estrella a otra no se siente como en los de 8 cambios que se siente en el cambio de la estrella más grande a la que sigue y viseberza. 26 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by perfect juste perfect, cheap price and very comfortable when shifting 25 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This cassette is perfect for a 29er. Got three of these now. The 9 speed 36 really helps on the climbs around here. Getting to the top of Demo, and the climbs at Downiville. 23 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value cassette I replace my cassette as soon as the wear tool gets to .75 so I'm happy for a cheaper cassette. I have used this both off road as well as on-road and the shifting is slick. 22 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by "Does exactly what it says on the tin." It's a cassette, it does what a cassette should do. No fault or problem with it so far! 26 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Great quality and value like all shimano stuff very ahppy 25 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ottimo Ottimo venditore e ottimi prezzi. Spedizione veloce 16 August 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 Bueno Permite un buen pedaleo en las subidas al tener un elevado numero de dientes 11 August 2014
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40 N.m, is printed on the lock nut of the cassette.

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40 N.m as printed on the lock nut.

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Shimano list the Torque setting for their cassettes at 30 - 50 N·m {261 - 434 in. lbs.} - the torque requirement is usually printed/ etched on to the lockring itself.
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Is included lockring?

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It should be ! It is always included!
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The cassette lockring is included with this item.
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No worries there, the locking ring is always included with Shimano cassettes.
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necesito un cassette de 12 /36 .. hay es stock ?
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Hola, te comento que el artículo sku133158 es de 12/36t.
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Si lo tienen, de hecho yo es el que llevo puesto y he comprado a un par de compañeros de salidas.

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What mech does the 12-36t require?

i was looking at a new cassette and I've heard that this requires a shadow rear mech is this correct?
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No. I'm using them on a bike with a shadow XT and another bike with an old LX long cage derailleur. Both shift fine.
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A 'Shimano Shadow' derailleur/mech is basically a low profile version of the standard derailleur.

Compatibility with a derailleur also depends on how may chainring's are on the crankset.

Generally a triple crankset requires a Long Cage Derailleur, a Double crankset requires a Medium Cage and a Single Ring requires a Short Cage Derailleur.
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Hello, im interested in upgrading to the 12t - 38t cassette for my MTB, can you recommend a suitable rear derailleur to suit? Preferably one you stock.
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The casette can be paired with any Shimano 9 speed rear mech from Alvio to XT with a difference of £10 between models given that 9 speed is now seen as old tech.

Try Shimano Deore M591 9 Speed Rear Mech.
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You can use any of the long cage (SGS) 9-speed rear derailleur for the cassette. But make sure that you got the compatible shifters to work with the derailleur. Shimano puts their maximum sprocket size at 34T, but based on experience they tend to be conservative. So you may try to fit them at your own risk. The following are just some examples of what Shimano offers, provided you have the compatible shifters. For Shimano's range, any of Shimano's 9 speed index shifters will work fine, because they use the same pull ratio (1:2). I have been running my current Shimano Alivio M430 rear derailleur with different shifter sets, and they all have worked perfectly well.
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Would this work with ragley m74

My ragley has a 11-34 tooth cassette and a 34 at the front. The cassette is sram and the rear mech is sram x5 and the hub is sram as well. Could i put the 12-36 on?
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No - Shimano cassettes require a shimano rear mech and a shimano shifter.

Shimano and SRAM use a different gear indexing ratio.
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Yes, this cassette will function fine within your bikes drivetrain.
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Yes, it can be a direct replacement. The cog spacing for both MTB and road's 9-speed cassettes are exactly the same, so both types of cassettes will fit the rear hub body of your rear wheel nicely. But make sure that your rear derailleur has enough capacity for the cassette that you are getting.
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Yes, this cassette should be a direct replacement.
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Chain?

Will this work well with all of these chains (see below)? Is any one better suited?

Shimano Deore HG53 9 Speed Chain
Shimano SLX HG73 9 Speed Chain
Shimano XT HG93 9 Speed Chain
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All should work fine and you've correctly matched 9-speed chains with a 9-speed cassette to avoid potential shifting errors. Of the 3 chains you've picked the HG73 sounds like a good choice.
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Yes. I use them with HG93 chains but they should work fine with any Shimano 9 seed chain.
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To fit this cassette on a Tiagra drivetrain you would need to consider the following:

If you have a short cage rear mech you will be restricted to a maximum of 28t.

If you have a Medium a cage rear mech you will be restricted to a maximum of 32t.
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Basically you have to consider your Tiagra derailleur's capacity: what's the minimum sprocket size it can take? the maximum sprocket size? the number of tooth difference at the front (chainset) and the total tooth difference.
[(Largest sprocket - smallest sprocket) + (biggest chainring - smallest chainring)] must be less than or equal to the derailleur's capacity.
With all the above settled, Deore cassette will work flawlessly with Tiagra derailleur.
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The number of front chain rings dictates how far the rear derailleur needs to move; as a general rule of thumb, a single ring setup runs a Short Cage derailleur, a double runs Medium Cage and a triple runs a Long Cage.
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Please take the below just as reference.

I recommend any GS RD if the cassette is not 12-36.
I use single 32 + 12-36 with SGS as I often climb as
well, but the chain bounces a lot even with chain guides.
If you concentrate on descnding or dart jump (and if you
fancy THAT much), RD-M810-SS might be just great
with 11-28.

The shorter the cage, the better + less trouble If you're a
hard rider. And you may go for smaller casettes, possibly
with a road GS RD, but this doesn't seem to work perfectly
as they all have the different slant angles. Road RD with
road cassettes seems to be alright though, just like the
downhill riders on budgets do...
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