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    11-speed XD Driver-compatible cassette with at least 46 teeth?

    Hey, all. I'm looking for an 11-speed XD Driver-compatible cassette with at least 46 teeth.

    Any recommendations? I'd love something that's not incredibly expensive.

    Thanks much!

    Joel in Asheville

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    This might work.

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    I dont believe SunRace offers anything XD compatible. I do use a few of their Sram/ Shimano 10/11 spd compatible cassettes though.
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    e13 trs 9-46

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    Nevermind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syl3 View Post
    e13 trs 9-46
    ^^^^^^^ this

    I have over 1k miles on one of these cassettes and it is still going strong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    ^^^^^^^ this

    I have over 1k miles on one of these cassettes and it is still going strong.
    I'm curious about your setup with the e*13 cassette? What chain, derailleur, shifter, etc...??? I'm currently piecing together a bike and have an xd driver on my rear wheel so that limits me to a Sram or e*13 cassette. The e*13 just makes a lot of sense with the wide range to weight ratio and the price isn't too bad either. I just hope the shifting is good and lasts at least a season before wearing out.

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    If anyone is interested, I have a new in the box TRS+ 9-46 11sp cassette I'm selling for $200 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvdslw45 View Post
    I'm curious about your setup with the e*13 cassette? What chain, derailleur, shifter, etc...??? I'm currently piecing together a bike and have an xd driver on my rear wheel so that limits me to a Sram or e*13 cassette. The e*13 just makes a lot of sense with the wide range to weight ratio and the price isn't too bad either. I just hope the shifting is good and lasts at least a season before wearing out.
    I’ve got two bikes with the e*Thirteen cassettes, both with xt derailleurs. One has a cheap Shimano chain, the other a nice xmc chain. Both shift well, as good x01 eagle. As long as I can get them, I think this is the setup I will use on everything in the future.

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