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SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp

If you're a rider who demands performance the PG1050 is your only choice for light weight, strength, and precise shifting

SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp Features:

  • Technology PowerGlide™, WiFLi™
  • Weight 11-23T - 250g
  • Lock Ring Material Black Spider, Lock-ring, and spacers
  • Cogs Nickel plated cogs
  • Other Options: 11-28, 11-26, 11-25, 11-23T

Buy SRAM PG1050 Cassette 10sp from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Teeth: 12-28t, 12-27t, 11-28t, 12-25t, 11-26t, 12-26t, 11-23t
  • Speed: 10 Speed
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant Generally I'm all for Shimano, except for cassettes, Sram cassettes are excellent quality and extremely quick shifting and last forever, I run 8, 9 and 10 speed bikes, All shimano parts paired with sram cassettes, and shifting is flawless, the key to good shifting is keep the running gear clean and it will serve you well, and most importantly fit very good quality outer & inner gear cables. 06 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smooth shifting Im an avid Shimano fan but somehow when it comes to cassettes, I'd prefer SRAM. Fixed this on my 2010 Giant Glory and does the job well enough. 14 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very impressed Just as nice as the 1070. I have a complete 105 setup which never worked very well, but when I put on my extra wheelset with this cassette, the shifting improves drasticly! -and it is NOT an ajustment issue... -this cassette is simply much better. 20 March 2012
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Currently on an 11-32 - Would like to run smaller cassette on rear.

Will this require a new chain or other modification?
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Not really; spline and spacing is the same and the cogs don't know if they are being used for road or MTB. I would usually recommend replacing your chain along with your cassette to ensure the best possible engagement, but if your existing chain is in good condition you should be ok to continue using it.
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There should be no issues running this cassette on an MTB as part of a 10-speed drivetrain, so it's definitely a component you could consider fitting. I agree it's sound advice to change the chain at the same time as installing a new cassette. Then just re-adjust your gearchange and ride!
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Either SRAM's PC1051 or if you want hollow pins, go for the PC1071. Alternatively, a Shimano 10-speed-specific chain would be compatible.
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The SRAM PG1050 10 Speed Road Cassette is fully compatible with each of the following 10 speed Sram Chains :

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/ie/en/chains?f=2259,4294967107,4294963637

The SRAM PG1050 10 Speed Road Cassette is also compatible with Shimano 10 Speed Chains.
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Actualmente, llevo montado un Shimano 105 11-25 (10). Podría montar este cassette?
Si la respuesta es afirmativa, debería la cadena ser más larga?
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Si, no habría ningún problema. No necesitas cambiar la cadena siempre que la largada de la cadena sea la misma que la relación entre plato y piñón.
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