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    10x32 11 speed sram cassette possible?

    I have the option to get the xd driver for a new cyclocross build which would help to run a 50x10 as the top end on the road. But I am limited to 32t as the biggest on the cassette.

    So can I get or make a 10x32 sram cassette?

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    why are you limited on a 32t on the cassette? Just get a Rival 1 derailleur and you can run a 10-42 cassette

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascarlarkinyar View Post
    I have the option to get the xd driver for a new cyclocross build which would help to run a 50x10 as the top end on the road. But I am limited to 32t as the biggest on the cassette.

    So can I get or make a 10x32 sram cassette?
    50x10 is a bigger gear than anyone but world class TT guys are running.

    But, you'd still beat them in gear inches.

    In short, why do you want this?

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    I need to not have huge jumps between gears, so 10 or 11 by 32 is optimal cassete size.



    My cross bike doubles as a road bike and its very hilly here. Currently running 53x11 top end and still run out of gears often. 30t 50t new crankset is a step down, so trying to minimize gear shrinkage.

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    And needs to be 11 speed compatible shimano derailleur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascarlarkinyar View Post
    My cross bike doubles as a road bike and its very hilly here. Currently running 53x11 top end and still run out of gears often. 30t 50t new crankset is a step down, so trying to minimize gear shrinkage.
    if you outrun 53/11 you can't be human.

    "It's very hilly here" - yet a 34/32 would be enough as your lowest gear? (there is no 2x11 road crankset with a 30T)

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    Steel...

    Instead of arguing or telling me what i need, just answer the question. Or bugger off.

    My current 2x9 is 30t 53t front and 11x34 rear. It shift horrible on front, but i am usually in big or small chainring for a long time.

    My new build has aa 32t 50t front. Hoping to go to a 10x32 11 speed.

    If none come that way, can i make one?

    Just on the ride to work today i ran out of gears at 38 mph spinning 90 rpm. The 30t front and 11x34 cassete works fine for steep roads or CX racing.

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    Ok mister I'm not aware of any XD type 10-32 cassettes on the market

    But maybe you can mix this thing
    http://m.vitalmtb.com/photos/feature...00/bturman,109

    with the rest of a Shimano/Sram 11-32 cassette and call it a day?

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    Mister?

    Thats miss's

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