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SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette

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NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette

We hate to sound like cynics, but staring down at your cassette and praying for just one more miracle gear in the midst of a nausea-inducing climb will likely always be a part of cycling. The wider cassettes get, the more gears we'll wish for, which is why a workhorse cassette like SRAM's NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette is still a valuable choice.

With its corrosion-resistant JET black finish, solid one-piece steel construction, and extensive 11-42t gear range, the PG-1130 was designed to accompany you through punishing climbs so you can blast through the descents on the other side. You'll just have to use those legs. And whether you're running SRAM one-by or still sticking to double, the cassette will work with any non-XD Shimano/SRAM freehub.

  • A workhorse mountain cassette for non-XD driver bodies
  • Compatible with all SRAM one-by drivetrains
  • 11-speed, 11-42t gear range
  • JET finish resists corrosion for increased longevity
  • Item #SRM00B8

Cog Sizes
11 - 42 t
Cog Material
heat-treated steel
Hub Type
Shimano/SRAM freehub
Claimed Weight
538 g
Recommended Use
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

It does the job

I've put it through the wringer

Got this cassette that came with my bike build and it does the job and shifts well. Good choice if you can run an XD driver on your wheelset but it might be worth it to spend a little more and get the XT cassette and save about 100g in weight

>Rating: 4

Shifts nicely, good range

No real complaints, I like that it's black and it does the job. If you're looking for a non-XD cassette that's also 11 speed, this one is good. I gave it 4 stars because it's heavier than some others.

>Rating: 4

Great way to get into the 1X11 game

I've used it several times

While this isn't the lightest cassette, it's a great bang for your buck. If you want to build up a 1X11 drivetrain then this is one of the best ways to go. No XD driver needed and a low price make this cassette a great buy. However, since each cog is separate, this guy will mangle an aluminum freehub pretty bad so watch out. The color is also great, nothing looks more badass than a black anno cassette. The extra weight hasn't seemed to effect my rear suspension. And this along with a GX derailleur and X1 shifter have given me the best performance for my money. Keep it cleaned and oil your chain and this thing will last a long time. Four stars simply because it can cause a bit of damage to the freehub body, requiring a replacement.

>Rating: 5

Good looking shifting

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

This was put on my sisters Surly Krampus. Here is what she says: "If you're wanting to convert your drivetrain to a 1x11, this is your cassette. An 11 speed which fits onto your standard freehub body. It's a great cassette for the price, and it's black! It looks great and shifts smoothly."

>Rating: 5

Go 11-SPD w/o an XD Driver Body

Perfect for those w/ wheelsets that will not accept an XD driver.

>Rating: 5

Awesome cassette

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I gave this as a gift, but he is absolutely loving his NX drivetrain. The ability to run SRAM 11sp on wheels that aren't XD drivers is a great addition to the bike world. solid and smooth. Highly recommend

>Rating: 5

good cassette.

Not the lightest, but if you are looking to swap to 11, or get into 11 in a budget, this is your guy. It uses a standard freehub body as opposed to an XD body, which further simplifies use.


SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette It is xd compatible?


Is this interchangeable with Shimano ultegra cassettes? Bike came with 11-42 pg1130 and tried to swap with 11-32 ultegra but the smallest cog on the ultegra didn't have enough room to fit. Is there something I'm missing?


Will this work on a 2013 Trek Domane 4.5? I ride an equal amount of flats and hills, and the hills are fairly grueling with an even amount of recovery on flats, would this be recommended for these conditions? I'm more of a sprinter than a climber, but adding a lot more climbing to my workouts. Would this be ideal?