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    Which 10 speed rear casette?

    Been a big fan of SRAM chains cassettes and RDs for years and have been using 8 and 9 speed for years along with the cassettes, which I love because they can be taken apart and cleaned properly. I can't stand rear cassettes that can't be taken apart. So my question is which 10 speed cassettes can be taken apart like the PG990, 970 etc?

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    I expect the Santana perfect 10 cassette can be taken apart. It will have 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 (28 or 29) 34 ratios all of the gears are made by Shimano and I have never seen a 29 joined with other gears. Santana will probably change the low gear to 36 soon. The quality will be XT level. Perfect-10 Shifting
    "Dish is illogical." Spoke of Vulcan.

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