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SRAM PG980 9-Speed Cassette

  • Technology: PowerGlide II
  • Gear Ratios: 11-34, 11-32
  • Speeds: 9
  • Weight: 310 g (11-34) / 280 g (11-32)
  • Material: Steel with Black Anodized Alloy Spider

Buy SRAM PG980 9-Speed Cassettes from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
  • Teeth: 11-32t, 11-34t
  • Speed: 9 Speed
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good end reliable Good end reliable, good price. it is the third which I use I never had problems with it 13 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value I'm on my 2nd 980 cassette and i like them mostly because of their value for money. It's light and shifts are nice and positive, i just wish it had a bit longer lifespan. 11 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value Another great bargain cassette, super reliable, defo buy this if your looking to do a cheap overhaul upgrade, can't go wrong! 07 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Кассета на пауке с 3 звездами обратите внимание что "паук" держит только 3 звезды. брал эту кассету вместе с системой Shimano deore 590. цепь советую 991 Sram На мой взгляд кассета быстро стачивается, то есть могла бы быть вынослевее. хотя когда я её покупал она стоит 66$ сейчас цена упала. наверняка по этой причине. p.s использую 3 цепи, меняя их каждые 500 км. , сейчас пробег более 5000, все работает, но не достаточно мягко переключает (Deore XT) и проблема явно в кассете. так что если вы ездите много - подбирайте другую кассету 01 August 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pas mal Bonne cassette mieux qu'une XT en fluidité seul petit bémol pour le nettoyage les quatres pignons dépendants ne facilite pas la tache 17 October 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Don't use this with a hope alloy freehub I bought one of these cassettes and fitted with a new chain approximately 6 months ago. Within a couple of rides I noticed that the cassette was rattling slightly and on removing it noticed that it had dug some large gouges into the alloy casstte body on my hope hub. Now I agree that an alloy cassette body isn't the best idea, but the design of this cassette (plastic spacers between the rings) means that there is only a very small contact area between cassette and freehub. The freehub damage would not have occurred to anywhere near the same extent with a cassette where the majority of the larger sprockets are in a one piece unit, like the shimano cassetes. Secondly, after 6 months use the middle four rings of the cassette were completely worn out. The cassette was only used through spring and summer and i rode fewer miles than usual over this time - I have got four chains worth (2 years) out of cheap shimano cassettes in the past with the same frequency of chain replacement. So overall a disappointment. Maybe worth it if you're a racer and saving 100g is worth £20 over a basic unit and you're very tight on you're service intervals. And you don't have a hope hub... Back to cheap shimano ones for me... does exactly what it says on the tin! 16 October 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smooth Light weight. Works great. The 11-34 is perfect for 29ers or a 1 x 9 (or 2 x 9) set up. An excellent value for 57 euros. 27 July 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good low price for a great bit of kit. i had the xt cassette but this one you get so much more for your money 25 February 2011
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11-32 or 11-34? what are the differences?

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The simple answer, the larger the bigger number, the lower the gearing, the easier it is to pedal up the hill!!

If you live in East Anglia, go for the 11-32 if you live in the Lake district, go for the 11 - 34

Bishop Auckland? your call........
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The numbers relate to the gear ratios on the cassette. the 11 - 34tooth would make climbing easier due to the lower 34t sprocket but not all derailleurs can accommodate a cassette spaced this far.

If you are unsure of what to select; pass information on your drivetrain across to our Technical Department -

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