Do SRAM cassettes fit Shimano hubs?
SRAM’s cassettes and chains are compatible with all of Shimano’s groupsets, and vice versa. Likewise, Shimano and SRAM buyers have the freedom to mix different levels of chains and cassettes so long as they are designed for the same kind of transmission.
Can you use Shimano cassette with SRAM?
SRAM and Shimano cassettes, on either road or mountain bike, are interchangeable with each other as the spacing is the same between the sprockets.
Do SRAM 10 speed cassettes need a spacer?
If you want to run an 8-10 speed Sram HG or Shimano 8/9 speed cassette, you can run a 1.75mm Mavic spacer….Address / Email / Phone.
|SRAM 9/10-speed||SRAM 10-speed||None|
|SRAM 11-speed||SRAM 9-speed||1.85mm 11-speed spacer|
|SRAM 10-speed||1.85mm 11-speed spacer|
Can I fit a 10 speed cassette?
This spacer fits between the cassette and freehub body and makes it possible to fit a 10-speed cassette to a 9-speed hub.
Do SRAM chains work with Shimano?
Shimano and SRAM 11-speed chains are cross-compatible. If you have a Shimano 11-speed drivetrain, a SRAM chain will work fine and vice versa, however manufacturer’s recommend pairing your components for optimal performance.
Do SRAM and Shimano use same freehub?
Joyously, almost all of these cassettes share the same freehub body standard, whether they’re from SRAM, Shimano or any other brand. It’s called Hyperglide and Shimano invented it back in the mists of time (well, the early 1990s).
Can I use SRAM cassette on Shimano freehub?
Yes, SRAM NX cassettes (e.g. PG-1130) will work on Shimano freehubs.
Is SRAM 10 speed compatible with Shimano?
Any Shimano- or SRAM-compatible 10-speed chain can be used with any other Shimano 10-speed groupsets, and with any SRAM 10-speed groupset, regardless of manufacturer statements that their chains will provide optimal performance with their components.
Where do I put the spacer on 10 speed cassette?
Simply insert this onto the free hub body, then the 10 speed cassette, tighten down the lock nut, and you’re good to go. The spacer is 1.85 mm thick and has three notches to keep it from spinning about.
What spacer do I need for a 10 speed cassette?
SHIMANO 10 CASSETTE You’ll need to fit the 1.85mm spacer which was included with your hub, PLUS the 1.0mm spacer which was included with your cassette.
Do I need a cassette spacer for a 10-speed Shimano cassette?
There was a short period of time when some freehubs were made that were only compatible with 10 speed Shimano cassettes. With this setup, you don’t need a spacer. You cannot run 11 or 12 speed cassettes on these 10 speed only freehubs. Non-10 speed cassettes won’t likely fit as splines on the 10 speed freehubs were taller.
What is the difference between a SRAM Hg-style cassette and Shimano cassette?
Sram HG-style cassettes are largely the same spacing as Shimano, with the 10 speed exception. The Sram 10 speed cassette is the same width as 8/9 speed, whereas with Shimano it’s 1mm narrower. Compatibility and Spacer Chart : Sram XD driver is created to allow the smallest cog to be 10 teeth for high gear ratio.
What is the difference between SRAM XD and Shimano 10 speed cassettes?
The Sram 10 speed cassette is the same width as 8/9 speed, whereas with Shimano it’s 1mm narrower. Compatibility and Spacer Chart : Sram XD driver is created to allow the smallest cog to be 10 teeth for high gear ratio.
What is the difference between Shimano and microspline cassettes?
The spacing is the same between 11 and 12 speed MicroSpline cassettes, there is just 1 less sprocket with 11spd. Sram HG-style cassettes are largely the same spacing as Shimano, with the 10 speed exception. The Sram 10 speed cassette is the same width as 8/9 speed, whereas with Shimano it’s 1mm narrower.