Rated 5 out of 5 by Paquito Gran casete
Si necesitas un casete para 9v, no lo dudes. Funciona perfecto y pesa poco más que el DA. por lo que vale no hay nada mejor.
15 November 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Really not very impressed with the longevity of these cassettes. Slick shifting, generally feels smoother than shimano ultegra but only lasted 3 months on my commuter bike where my ultegra lasted twice as long. For the price I will definitely stick with shimano at the moment.
01 April 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Expensive
Couple months ago I decided to replace my old sram with pg 970, during my lovley evening ride around north west London I heard snap and my smallest spocked started to spin on the freehub. Later discovered that my freehub was grained on top. Expensive fix.
01 October 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Solid and dependable
Got this as I wanted an 11T. Have used SRAM a few times and they are as good as the opposition plus they work well with their chains
13 September 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous I must have got a bad one!
This came with my DH bike fitted to my top of the range DT Swiss 440 hub. After a 1/2 dozen rides, the end the freebody sheared. I thought it was a faulty freebody until I bought a new £80 freebody. Upon refitting the PG970 I discovered the cassette is slightly too wide resulting in only 1/2 the width of the final 12 tooth sprocket being supported on the end of the freebody. Hence the reason the end of the freebody sheared! Upon further investigation, all the sprockets are sorted of mounted / kept seperated by a polymer which is slight compressible on my cassete. I could perhaps compress the cassette by applying a significant torque to the lock nut but as the nut and freebody is made from alloy, I don't want to risk stripping threads on particularly my new £80 freebody or the locknut. So I fitted a shimano XT cassette instead - no problem.
Personally I don't like this type of design of spocket. By that I mean each steel sprocket transmitts its toque directly onto the alloy freebody rather than via an alloy spocket carrier. In my experience this typically results in the thin harder steel spocket digging into the softer alloy freebody and sometimes can be a real pain to remove the cassette. This is not unique to SRAM. Shimano also use a similar design for the LX cassette.
PS I run both shimano and SRAM I can't say I notice a massive difference in either brand.
13 March 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous long lasting
this cassette outlasts any shimano cassette 2 to 1.
31 January 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous this is an excellant peice of equipment, looks sick! very light! awesome 4 DH!, an gives good gear shifting!
17 October 2007
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