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    9-44T e*thirteen Cassette for Fatbikes

    Has anyone tried one on their fat bike? If so, do you like it?

    9-44T e*thirteen Cassette for Fatbikes-trs-11-speed-casette-1.jpg
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    Isn't this a weird question? Gearing is a combination of front and rear,and differs for every person. Are you asking if its a durable product?

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    I have one on order at my LBS to use on my Fatboy. With a 28t front it should give me close to 2X10 gear range with 1X11. Price was comparable mid to high end SRAM 10-42 cassette, plus I won't have to switch to a 30t front in summer now.

    Seems to have good reviews in the Drivetrain section. Hasn't been out long enough for durability to be assessed yet. e*thirteen EXP cassette with 9-44 teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by l3eaudacious View Post
    Isn't this a weird question? Gearing is a combination of front and rear,and differs for every person. Are you asking if its a durable product?
    I am curious about fit, finish, quality, shifting, gear spacing, and any other impressions folks may have.
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    it looks nice, but the cog choices could have been better. Why 9, 10 instead of 9,11? That would allowed a smaller jump up the line - which would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stroganof View Post
    it looks nice, but the cog choices could have been better. Why 9, 10 instead of 9,11? That would allowed a smaller jump up the line - which would be nice.
    I think it's a matter of proportion. 10t to 9t is 10%. 11t to 9t would be a 19% drop. The biggest drop on the 11 speed cassette is @15.5%.

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    Sean - you are right!! Ready, fire, aim. Oops.

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    Shifts fine, nothing less than the xx1 it replaces
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