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    igz
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    New question here. Is DT Swiss E2200 9 or 10 speed?

    I've been looking on the net and 2 sources say that it is 9 speed cassette wheel. Would anyone confirm this please?

    Is it 9 or can you fit 10 speed too?

    [DT Swiss E2200 135mm hub]

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    Yes they will take a 10 speed cassette. 8, 9, and 10 speed cassettes are all the same width and will fit on the same free hub. The only thing that changes between the three is the spacing between the individual cogs. The higher the number of cogs the narrower the spacing between them. That's the reason that there are 8, 9, and 10 speed chains out there. The narrower spacing between the cogs requires a narrower chain.

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    Oh!!! Thank you man (unless girl) for this awesome news! I already bought SRAM 10 speed shifter/derailleur so I was shi*ting myself!

    Thanx for explaining again!
    Cheers

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