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    10spd cassette with cog larger than 36?

    Will any manufacturer come out with a 10 speed cassette with a cog larger than a 36? I would like to go 1x10, but I know some of the stuff I ride would need bigger than a 30 or 32 front with a 36 rear for my ability. Is the only option to go 11 speed (which for me is not really an option I want to take)?

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    Doubtful - the bigs don't want to discourage anyone from 'upgrading' to 1x11 systems. Look at 9sp cassettes - there were (are) very few 36t 9 sp cassettes available once 36t '29er' 10 sp cassettes hit the scene.

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    Check out the Leonardi Racing General Lee. It's mentioned above, but it's important to note, they have a generation 2 going on now that provides a 10-42 range (same as 1x11) just with slightly larger steps since it's still a 10 speed. Currently they don't have a US distributor, but they are willing to work with shops and people in the US to make sales here.

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    I also saw a 41 tooth thanks to the links you guys posted. This may be worth a try.

    41 Tooth Cog for Mountain Bike Cassette 41T Sprocket | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by offrhodes42 View Post
    I also saw a 41 tooth thanks to the links you guys posted. This may be worth a try.

    41 Tooth Cog for Mountain Bike Cassette 41T Sprocket | eBay
    He makes great stuff, I have a few of his products, but those are REALLY heavy (stainless steel).

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    Is it heavier after you consider the front shifter, front derailleur, and on of the front rings will now be gone?

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    10spd cassette with cog larger than 36?

    I just bought one of those 41 tooth rings but have yet to install . Combining it w/ my 12/36 9 speed boat anchor. I 'm not concerned about the extra few ounces


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    Quote Originally Posted by rjedoaks View Post
    I just bought one of those 41 tooth rings but have yet to install . Combining it w/ my 12/36 9 speed boat anchor. I 'm not concerned about the extra few ounces


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    I'd like to hear your thoughts post installation if possible. I don't really know that I need more gearing with a 30t up front and 12-36t in the rear... but there are always those days when I am feeling off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by offrhodes42 View Post
    I also saw a 41 tooth thanks to the links you guys posted. This may be worth a try.

    41 Tooth Cog for Mountain Bike Cassette 41T Sprocket | eBay
    Unless you have a steel freehub body I'd be very wary about using one of those. The larger a rear cog is, the more torque it applies. An aluminum freehub will likely be chewed up by a single large cog like that. That is the reason most better quality cassettes have the larger cogs on a single carrier.
    The trouble with having an open mind is that people will insist on trying to put things in it.

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    Give this a look also. Just announced not too long ago.

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    Honestly, with that costing $100, and the General Lee costing $140, that causing you to drop the 17 tooth, and the GL just replacing the top couple, I'd buy the GL over that in a heart beat.

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    After looking at some of these prices I will stick with my 2x10 setup, I can see only having to shift on set of gears being nice but the price point to do this is a tad over the top. 100 for one cog hell I only pay 50 on CRC for a 11/36 XT cassette. I have managed with 2 derailleurs for the last 35 years I am pretty sure I can manage for the next 30.
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    Now I know why I like single speed.

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    $100 OneUp 42T is $85 with a discount. Black or green.
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    10spd cassette with cog larger than 36?

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    $100 OneUp 42T is $85 with a discount. Black or green.
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    10spd cassette with cog larger than 36?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cotharyus View Post
    Honestly, with that costing $100, and the General Lee costing $140, that causing you to drop the 17 tooth, and the GL just replacing the top couple, I'd buy the GL over that in a heart beat.
    Where? The eBay listing for the General Lee are $198, plus $20 shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Where? The eBay listing for the General Lee are $198, plus $20 shipping.
    Not ebay. For the record, ebay and I don't do any business any more. At all. Ever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotharyus View Post
    Honestly, with that costing $100, and the General Lee costing $140, that causing you to drop the 17 tooth, and the GL just replacing the top couple, I'd buy the GL over that in a heart beat.
    Careful with the GL and these other bolt on solutions. I Spent $150 on a GL and about 5 hours of my time trying to get the GL to shift smoothly and finally gave up.

    I will just stick with 11-36 and run 32t on my 26" bike and 30t on 29" bike up front until maybe some day the mfgs come out with a wide range 10 speed cass. I would be happy with a 11-40.

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    11-40 10 speed, works out to $115, which is pretty cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by In2falling View Post
    Careful with the GL and these other bolt on solutions. I Spent $150 on a GL and about 5 hours of my time trying to get the GL to shift smoothly and finally gave up.

    I will just stick with 11-36 and run 32t on my 26" bike and 30t on 29" bike up front until maybe some day the mfgs come out with a wide range 10 speed cass. I would be happy with a 11-40.
    That's not a bad solution to the problem, if you have cranks you can get a 30 tooth ring for. My cranks are 120 BDC, and 36 is the smallest I can find. That said, in my area, I haven't found anything I can't ride with 1:1 that would be able to ride with lower gearing. I just have issues following people that use lower gearing. Reminds me a little of riding my single speed with groups.

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    Just drop weight off yourself and/or the bike. Each 1/2 pound drop will "feel" like a one-tooth reduction in your granny gear, on steep climbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah View Post
    Just drop weight off yourself and/or the bike. Each 1/2 pound drop will "feel" like a one-tooth reduction in your granny gear, on steep climbs.
    Sure whatever. Or make gears that give me back the 17.3 gear inch ratio I had on my 26' bike with a tripple but on my 29er. 26 is dead, now get over it and start making products for 29 and tweener. The only way for me to have that ratio back is either spend 2 grand on XX1 including buying new hubs, cranks, chain, derailleur, shifters etc, or buy something aftermarket.

    I sent One Up $100. With my 26T 64 BCD granny I get down to 17.95 gear inches at least....

    Now if I could just find a 26T narrow-wide 64 BCD ring and I can go 1x10. What's with all these 30T and up rings? Who are these mongloids that can push teeth that tall? I can drop the middle ring I never use but what's going to keep my chain on? A front derailleur I guess...

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    I beleive wolth tooth makes a ring that you take off the 17 tooth, and add the wolf tooth 42 tooth ring an put it in tne back

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    Quote Originally Posted by campergf23 View Post
    I beleive wolth tooth makes a ring that you take off the 17 tooth, and add the wolf tooth 42 tooth ring an put it in tne back
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    Who are these mongloids that can push teeth that tall?
    My 61 year old dad pushes his middle ring almost exclusively on his '07 Stumpjumper FSR, on things that I am in my granny gear up front, large cog in the rear....

    Our monster climb here, the "Steep side of Governor Dick" is a fire road that is EFFIN steep. Making the whole thing in the middle ring was a right of passage.

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    I guess it's the single speeder in me that makes me ok with my 1x10 that's 36Tx36-11? I don't know. I just find it easier to go faster. That said, I will (probably) be buying the Wolf Tooth part when it's available in February. Seems cheaper to me right now than buying new cranks to be able to run a smaller single ring up front. Stupid 120 BCD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by campergf23 View Post
    I beleive wolth tooth makes a ring that you take off the 17 tooth, and add the wolf tooth 42 tooth ring an put it in tne back
    I have ordered the One Up 42 cassette add on. No idea when they will ship. Wolf Tooth makes narrow wide front rings for 1x10 so you don't need a chain retention system but only as small as 30 T and only for 104 BCD but not 64 BCD.

    I ride the rocks west of Calgary. There are numerous trails I've been riding for years that are old cattle drive, quad, dirt bike trails that even in my peak form a few years ago on a 26er with a 24 to 34 granny gear, I could only climb on the best of days when nutrition, sleep, health, weather, and trail conditions all lined up. On a 29 er with a 26 34 granny I have to walk all of them. I don't like walking, never have. That's why I need this 42 tooth thing in a big way.

    Sure I could go 24 or even 22T front granny, but then I'd need the 2x to get all the DH gears I need. Really it sucks, as 2x just came into being and solved so many problems, 26 died and all the problems came back with the larger wheels...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holmes View Post
    Doubtful - the bigs don't want to discourage anyone from 'upgrading' to 1x11 systems. Look at 9sp cassettes - there were (are) very few 36t 9 sp cassettes available once 36t '29er' 10 sp cassettes hit the scene.


    Letís face it Ė we are the Ďearly adoptersí on here. We visit all the websites and we want to try the latest stuff. Iím certainly guilty: Iíve had a ton of bikes over the last few years and Iím always reading up on the latest gear. Marketeers LURVE to test out stuff on the likes of us. We are like Windows Users on wheels. We MTBR forum users are the Bike Bits Beta Testers.

    Iíve currently got 2 bikes: a 3 x 9 26Ē FS and a 1 x 10 setup on my 29er. The thing is - my 1 x 10 is all standard stuff with a cheap narrow/wide chain-ring. My 1 x 10 setup is just intended to be a low maintenance rig for my 25 mile rides around messy winter trails here in Southern England. If I want to do bigger stuff then my 3 x 9 suspension bike will get used instead.

    I think, at the moment, the avialable 1 x 11 setups are just too expensive for the average rider who already has a viable working bike. Soon someone will produce an affordable 11-40t 10-speed cassette. Soon there will be an affordable 1 x 11 setup from Shimano. (Afterall they gave us Rapid Rise and those weird brake-shifter things even when we didn't want them!) Until the Shimano solution arrives or SRAM produce an affordable solution, I simply refuse to fanny around with expensive and pretty unsatisfactory cassette modifications when perfectly good standard double or triple ring solutions are available.

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    This may be heresy

    There's no doubt that 1x systems are here to stay and they're certainly all the rage now, but I strongly suspect that after more people have used them and discovered their limitations, you'll see people going back to 2x setups for their increased range and smaller jumps between gears.

    Having used one on a 'cross bike for a while, I really liked the simplicity of having a single shifter. However, the limitations were frustrating at times and made me ride the bike less, which was not the desired outcome of making the switch. It just makes sense that you cannot replace the 15-16 distinct gears on a typical 2x10 with 10 or 11 gears on a 1x setup without giving up something.

    While 1x systems may be perfect for some riders under some conditions, they're not ideal for everyone, myself included. In the long run, I expect that they'll be considerably more popular than single speeds, but 2x systems will dominate due to their greater versatility.

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    I've been using the eBay 41t cog by mtbtools since he started selling it for my 1x10 and have had 0 problems with it. He includes a 0.5mm and 1mm spacer to place between cassette and cog (if you need it).

    I'm running '12 Race Face Turbine cranks, 34T narrow/wide Race Face ring (104 bcd), type 2 long cage X0 derailleur, X0 Gripshift and a 12/41 cassette. I dropped the 17 ring from my XT 12/36 cassette and it all works great, no issues with shifting.

    I'm barely ever use the gear unless I'm spinning uphill and would probably fall from exhaustion if I tried to stop (I think I can push my bike faster than the 34/41 combo hehe...) but for 40 bucks It's hard to beat just to have a granny cog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campergf23 View Post
    I beleive wolth tooth makes a ring that you take off the 17 tooth, and add the wolf tooth 42 tooth ring an put it in tne back
    Yes. In addition to the aforementioned General Lee, the heavy steel cog available on eBay, the KCNC Ti, etc..., there are 3 nice light weight, cost-effective barriers to entry coming in 2014 to convert 10 speed systems to have a 40T or 42T large cog.

    Wolftooth 42T...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/11436759484/" title="wolftooth-42t_silver by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7440/11436759484_056525651e_z.jpg" width="510" height="510" alt="wolftooth-42t_silver"></a>

    OneUp Green or Black 42T...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/11420308676/" title="OneUp-Components-42T-Sprocket-green by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5521/11420308676_960ac66d16_z.jpg" width="640" height="640" alt="OneUp-Components-42T-Sprocket-green"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/11420308194/" title="OneUp-Components-42T-Sprocket-black by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3711/11420308194_41542cc838_z.jpg" width="640" height="640" alt="OneUp-Components-42T-Sprocket-black"></a>

    And the nice looking 40T from Absolute Black...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/11436728405/" title="absoluteblack-40t by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5491/11436728405_5906c3c573_z.jpg" width="510" height="383" alt="absoluteblack-40t"></a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotharyus View Post
    I guess it's the single speeder in me that makes me ok with my 1x10 that's 36Tx36-11? I don't know. I just find it easier to go faster. That said, I will (probably) be buying the Wolf Tooth part when it's available in February. Seems cheaper to me right now than buying new cranks to be able to run a smaller single ring up front. Stupid 120 BCD...
    It's not a model that has a removable spider (like SRAM XO and X9)? If it is, then you can get a direct mount chainring like this one
    Direct Mount for SRAM GXP Cranks | wolftoothcomponents.com

    If you can't remove the spider, how about one of these on your 80 bcd pattern (chainline would actually be BETTER for 1 x 10). They also sell 120bcd bashguards.
    4 Bolt 80mm BCD Chainring

    And here is another option from Widget
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown View Post
    Yes. In addition to the aforementioned General Lee, the heavy steel cog available on eBay, the KCNC Ti, etc..., there are 3 nice light weight, cost-effective barriers to entry coming in 2014 to convert 10 speed systems to have a 40T or 42T large cog.
    Wolftooth 42T...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/11436759484/" title="wolftooth-42t_silver by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7440/11436759484_056525651e_z.jpg" width="510" height="510" alt="wolftooth-42t_silver"></a>

    Where did you find that pic? Wolftooth's website doesn't have one up:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJDude View Post
    Wolftooth 42T...

    Where did you find that pic? Wolftooth's website doesn't have one up:
    Products | wolftoothcomponents.com
    They've been posting pics on the bookface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by In2falling View Post
    Careful with the GL and these other bolt on solutions. I Spent $150 on a GL and about 5 hours of my time trying to get the GL to shift smoothly and finally gave up.

    I will just stick with 11-36 and run 32t on my 26" bike and 30t on 29" bike up front until maybe some day the mfgs come out with a wide range 10 speed cass. I would be happy with a 11-40.
    Considering the reviews I've read saying it works, one would have to think it was you, not the GL cassette. I'll know in a few weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrich73 View Post
    34T narrow/wide Race Face ring (104 bcd) ... and a 12/41 cassette
    The problem with 34 x 12-41 is that you would get 97% of the range by just running 30 x 11-36. The gear ratios on the low end are the same and on the high end it is only 79 gear inches vs 82 gear inches. So the 34 x 12 lets you go 31 km/h instead of only 30 km/h with 30 x 11. Not much gain for taking out the 17 cog and messing with an oversized granny cog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike Whisperer View Post
    It's not a model that has a removable spider (like SRAM XO and X9)? If it is, then you can get a direct mount chainring like this one
    Direct Mount for SRAM GXP Cranks | wolftoothcomponents.com

    If you can't remove the spider, how about one of these on your 80 bcd pattern (chainline would actually be BETTER for 1 x 10). They also sell 120bcd bashguards.
    4 Bolt 80mm BCD Chainring

    And here is another option from Widget
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    Sadly, no, I don't have a removable spider. I actually discussed this with the folks at Wolftooth. I also asked them about 80mm rings. I want to stick with a narrow/wide design and stay away from chain guides. Believe it or not, a type 2 with the wolftooth 36 up front has stayed on for all of my rides with it so far, which wouldn't normally be that impressive given where I live, but I went back home and rode Reddish Knob last week, and it didn't come off going down Wolf Ridge there, so I'm pretty sold on not needing the guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by In2falling View Post
    Careful with the GL and these other bolt on solutions. I Spent $150 on a GL and about 5 hours of my time trying to get the GL to shift smoothly and finally gave up.

    I will just stick with 11-36 and run 32t on my 26" bike and 30t on 29" bike up front until maybe some day the mfgs come out with a wide range 10 speed cass. I would be happy with a 11-40.
    I don't know why some people have issues and some don't. Mine shifts great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zink View Post
    The problem with 34 x 12-41 is that you would get 97% of the range by just running 30 x 11-36. The gear ratios on the low end are the same and on the high end it is only 79 gear inches vs 82 gear inches. So the 34 x 12 lets you go 31 km/h instead of only 30 km/h with 30 x 11. Not much gain for taking out the 17 cog and messing with an oversized granny cog.
    Just to clarify, 34/41 = .83 gear ratio now multiply that by 29 to get gear inches = 24 inches forward for one pedal revolution.

    Your comparison is correct. 30/36= a .83 gear ratio as well. The loss is at the higher gear then.

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