The SRAM PG-1070 Cassette, unlike many competitors' cassettes at this level, is made completely from steel cogs. SRAM’s design wizards, however, have managed to keep the weight of the PG-1070 at just 220 grams, without resorting to Ti cogs at the larger end of the cassette, which wear faster than steel, and contribute to faster overall drivetrain wear.
The PG-1070 will fit on all nine and ten-speed Shimano and SRAM-style splined freehub bodies and is compatible with all 10-speed chains, though SRAM of course states that shifting performance will be optimal with its chains.
- Variety of gear ratios
- Full-steel construction for long use life
- Universal HG freehub compatibility
- Compatible with Shimano and SRAM drivetrains
- Item #SRM0526
- Cog Sizes
- 11 x 23t, 11 x 25t, 11 x 26t, 11 x 28t, 11 x 32t, 11 x 36t, 12 x 25t, 12 x 26t, 12 x 27t, 12 x 28t, 12 x 32t, 12 x 36t
- Cog Material
- forged 7000 series alloy
- Freehub Type
- Claimed Weight
- [11/32T] 10.4oz (296g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
- road cycling
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June 24, 2021
Very disappointed in BackCountry.
- I've used it several times
I understand that at times a product is returned and then repackaged and reshipped as new. However, it is unacceptable and extremely poor customer service to not take care when doing so. I ordered a new SRAM PG-1070 from Backcountry. What I received was a cassette that had been returned and repackaged. Normally, I would not fret over this if the product was in good shape. However, what came in the mail was the original box, poorly taped shut, with the cassette in pieces simply tossed into the box. The original clip and holder were right there uselessly rattling around with all of the other pieces. I dropped it off at the store that is re-hauling my bike, I hope it is all there in the box else this will not be the end of this story. I doubt that I will order from Backcountry again due to this. Update: All of the pieces were indeed in the box and I'm now riding on the cassette.
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