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    New Option for 11-40 10 speed Cassette

    Might be old news but I have not seen it before, Recon has apparently come up with a 11-40 10 speed, or maybe is a hybrid made by bikeavenue. Materials are steel/titanium plus aluminum for the last 3 cogs, 320 grams.

    Price is competitive in respect to General Lee: Recon MTB Titan Kassetten/Cassette 10s 11-40 SRAM compatible, 249,50

    Spacing, 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 32, 36, 40. if reported correctly, is a bit silly, but ... it is an option

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    Interesting. I just purchased the General Lee but this is a good option if you don't already have a high-end cassette.
    "Either way it doesn't really matter, I just got back from a bike ride."
    > dbhammercycle

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    Hi dvn,

    Which General Lee do you have (with 40T ot 42T as biggest) and what are your experiences so far? Shift smoothness, compatibility, wear? Any recommendations for a 1x10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainturion View Post
    Hi dvn,

    Which General Lee do you have (with 40T ot 42T as biggest) and what are your experiences so far? Shift smoothness, compatibility, wear? Any recommendations for a 1x10?
    I have the 40T and run it with a 30T Race Face N/W up front and X9 Type 2 mid cage as a 1x10 on my Salsa Mukluk. Shifting takes a bit to dial in. I had minor issues until installing a Shimano SLX directional chain. No problems since and shifts very well. I don't have a ton of miles on it (maybe 3 or 4 hundred) so I can't really comment on durability.
    New Option for 11-40 10 speed Cassette-img_20130831_092148_123-1024x577-.jpg
    "Either way it doesn't really matter, I just got back from a bike ride."
    > dbhammercycle

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