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    Xtr

    maybe this is somewhere else.

    I run an Xt what weight savings would I get running an XTR cassettes
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    maybe this is somewhere else.

    I run an Xt what weight savings would I get running an XTR cassettes
    finally found it at jenson
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    Buy an aluminum lockring like XTR or Dura Ace and save 10 grams off your XT cassette (like $5). It narrows up the weight spread between XTR and XT by 50%, making the added expence and reduced durability of XTR less worthwhile.
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    You better double check those weights

    the cs760 11-34 weighs 295grams, I have one on my scale right now...
    So it is about 50g different thant the XTR.

    264grams is the 11-32.

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    Only if you run 9-speed. my trusty

    8-speed 11-30 XTR cassette is only 211g



    Quote Originally Posted by heatstroke
    the cs760 11-34 weighs 295grams, I have one on my scale right now...
    So it is about 50g different thant the XTR.

    264grams is the 11-32.

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    I was referring to 11-32 cassettes.
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