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  • Options for Sram Cassette replacement
  • No one as far as I know-cheapest like for like replacement is their GX level one at around £80 .

    Premier Icon AlexSimon
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    Nobody does larger than 42 on SRAM except Eagle (which is a full groupset change at £260).
    Best option for a lower gear would be to reduce your chainring size.

    JonEdwards
    Member

    One-up does a 44T aftermarket bottom cog for XO1/XX1 cassettes (CRC have them). That’s as large as you get. They just prize off with a large flat bladed screwdriver – although be aware they are clocked for position – there’s a single larger hole on the cog and a single fat pin on the rest of the cassette to align with.

    Wolftooth also do a like for like 42T cog.

    Blackflag
    Member

    As above. Ive bent a couple of teeth on my rear cassette’s largest ring. I was hoping to just swap out the largeest ring with one of those from On Up components. But having taken off the cassette ive discovered its all just one stuck together block. If i swap the whole thing id want something a bit bigger than the max 42T size you get on sram 1×11.

    So who does alternatives that work with the Sram XD hub? Whats the most cost effective route here?

    Thanks

    Premier Icon AlexSimon
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    Good find Jon. Although, even One-Up say

    COMPATIBILITY: SRAM XX1 (XG-1199) and X01 (XG-1195). Not compatible with X1 (XG-1180) or GX (XG-1175, XG-1150) fully pinned cassettes, the largest sprocket on these cassettes are not pressed on but riveted and therefore can not be removed.

    Blackflag
    Member

    So i think i have GX on mine, so swapping out for the One Up ring isnt going to work due to the riveting?

    Hob Nob
    Member

    So i think i have GX on mine, so swapping out for the One Up ring isnt going to work due to the riveting?

    That’s correct, you need an XX1/X01 cassette to be able to use one of the aftermarket 42/44T replacement rings.

    Why not replace with the same?

    Blackflag
    Member

    As mentioned in first post, it would be nice to have a slightly bigger gear that 42T. Especially if im having to fork out over £80 for a new cassette.

    Yetiman
    Member

    E13 cassette works on Sram XD doesn’t it? Not cheap though.

    Premier Icon orena45
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    The E Thirteen cassette with 9-44 range fits an XD Driver.

    £205 isn’t cheap by any means, but you can buy the two halves seperately when one or the other wears out. Whether that’s cost effective down the line, I’m not sure

    Edit: beaten to it^^^

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