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SRAM PG-1170 Cassette

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    • One Color, 11 25
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    • One Color, 11 36
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    The SRAM PG-1170 Cassette provides smooth shifting across 11 gears with its semi-spidered steel cogs. Ideally pairing with SRAM's Force 22 groupset, the PG-1170 cassette features a 16T cog for extra cadence control and delightfully smooth shifting when you're hovering around the middle block of the cassette. X-Glide shifting technology eliminates flex between the teeth to enhance shifting smoothness, especially on downshifts. Note that SRAM recommends pairing this cassette with its PC-1170 chain for flawless shifting. Moreover, it's only compatible with 11-speed hub/freehub bodies, and it includes an anodized, laser-etched aluminum lockring.

    • 11-speed cassette
    • X-Glide shifting technology
    • Compatible with 11-speed hub/freehub bodies
    • Includes anodized, laser-etched aluminum lockring
    • Item #SRM0506

    Tech Specs

    Cog Sizes
    11 - 25 t, 11 - 26 t, 11 - 28 t
    Cog Material
    high-grade tool steel
    Hub Type
    Shimano or SRAM compatible
    Claimed Weight
    [11-25t] 231 g
    Recommended Use
    endurance road, road racing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    worth it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This cassette performs just how it should. I can make my chain slip on a PG-1150 cassette if I try hard enough, but I cannot do that with the PG-1170 using the same chain.

    Working out great

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Bought this in order to get some more climbing gears on my 1x11 cyclocross. Did the trick! Have been climbing some really big hills. Paired it with a 38t sram force chainring and medium cage force derailleur.

    Gravel Cassette

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Dependable, smooth shifting, quiet. The usual "no issues" with SRAM components. Solid cassette at a great price and it survived the Almanzo in the rain.

    Excellent

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I run this cassette on a cyclocross setup for long mixed surface rides with lots of climbing. The cassette gives me a wide range of gears to choose from and the 32 is a lifesaver on some of the bigger climbs here in the Wasatch. Shifting is smooth up and down and it runs quiet paired with a SRAM chain. The jump between 28 and 32 can take a little getting used to, but it is not a detractor at all and people riding other wide range cassettes or 1x drivetrains won't even notice.



    WiFLi 11-32 cassette option:

    11-32: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,22,25,28,32

    Weight: 300g

    Unanswered Question

    Can I run the 1170 36t cassette with the Force 22 50-34 groupo without any further modifications as long as I have the correct derailleur cage length?

    My bike has the medium cage derailleur, will I have any issues if I put on an 11-28 cassette? Do I need a new chain?

    Same here. I had an 11-26 on mine. I swapped out for an 11-28 and I did not need to replace the chain. Try it on your work stand first to make sure youndon't rip the derailleur off the hanger.

    I bought the Ridley X-fire a couple months ago from here with Force CX-1. Front 42T and rear 11-28 with 116 link chain. I'm doing a race with lots of steep climbing. Looking to buy the PG-1170 11-36T. Will I need a new chain too?
    Thanks

    Hi is this compatible with Shimano Ultegra 6800 11 speed groupo? IE chain, derailleur



    Thanks

    Phil

    Thanks Mike, reason i ask is I have a Sram 11 speed equipped bike and Shimano 11 speed bike, tired of changing the cassettes all the time when I want to use a shared wheel set :D



    But yes will check out your link



    Phil

    Best Answer

    I want to ask the same question. PG1170 goes up to 11/36 where CS-6800 max out at 11/32 which I already have on my bike(compact double 50/34). If I want even lower gear for those 10%+ grades, I need 11/34 or 11/36. That's where PG1170 11/36 comes in. Now the only missing part in this 6800 11spd drivetrain with a PG1170 11/36 setup is the WolfTooth Road Link derailleur hanger extension. A $22 part. Problem solved.



    http://www.wolftoothcomponents.com/collections/cassette-cogs/products/roadlink

    I want to ask the same question. PG1170 goes up to 11/36 where CS-6800 max out at 11/32 which I already have on my bike(compact double 50/34). If I want even lower gear for those 10%+ grades, I need 11/34 or 11/36. That's where PG1170 11/36 comes in. Now the only missing part in this 6800 11spd drivetrain with a PG1170 11/36 setup is the WolfTooth Road Link derailleur hanger extension. A $22 part. Problem solved.

http://www.wolftoothcomponents.com/collections/cassette-cogs/products/roadlink