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Edco Monoblock 11 Speed Cassette - Shimano/ SRAM £163.99
There are 6 reviews with an average rating of 4.83
Riger from United KingdomOwner09 February 2016 21:38
As I've now upgraded my bikes to 11 speed I had a pair of Dura-ace C35 which were 10 speed. The Edco cassette and special lockring have converted an otherwise redundant set of wheels. Works very well and the only downsize is the high price. Great bit of kit though.
sessionrider from United KingdomOwner05 April 2016 10:49
Excellent product that rejuvenated my otherwise worthless old set of wheels.
Anonymous from AustraliaOwner03 September 2016 00:43
Nicely made cassette that allowed me to run 11 speed on an old set of 10 speed wheels. Works perfectly. Highly recommended.
Ron from United States Of AmericaOwner17 March 2018 16:49
Edit on my first review. I mentioned deraileur pulley wheels close to. I don’t remember being more specific about what. When adjusting deraileur out to allow the use of the 11 tooth the jockey wheels touch the barrel adjuster on the rear deraileur. Again probably nit picking. Dura ace 9000 kit. Zipp 808 10 speed If comparing. Thanks
Bengy from United States Of AmericaOwner09 March 2019 00:41
Light Weight and works very well on my 10 speed freehub with the right Cassette Locking Ring called Ten-Eleven Locking Ring! Some forums sites says the cassette makes weird noises when pedaling and it does make some little noise but not enough to effect any performance in my honest opinion!! I now have 2 of these and one will be mounted on my Carbon Wheelset!! Love this Cassette!!!!
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner05 September 2017 14:58
Bought this to get close ratios on a gravel bike with 10 speed MTB hubs & 1x11 drivetrain. I usually run a 11-42 Shimano XT cassette but wanted closer ratios for a flat event. The cassette fit perfectly and didn't require any adjustment to the derailleur, it is dished to put the largest sprocket inboard, and overlaps the spoke heads in the same way as the XT cassette does. I had read elsewhere that the smallest sprocket sits further outboard than usual but I didn't find this to be the case. Shift quality is fine, it might not be quite as slick as a Shimano cassette but it's not far off. £170 is a lot for a cassette but if you have nice hubs/wheels then it's cheaper than buying new ones. It's a nice piece of kit and overall I can't really fault it, I just wish it was a bit cheaper!
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