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SRAM Force XG-1270 D1 12-Speed Cassette

SRAMForce XG-1270 D1 12-Speed Cassette(Return to Product Page)

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Great quality cassette
by MW
Toronto

I've got several thousand kms on this cassette so far and it's still working flawlessly. It's holding up great, is super light, and has small steps between sprockets which I love. Highly recommended

Reviewed 9/24/2022
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Love the range and more even steps
by igineer
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Barbara
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

SRAM AXS shifting has been something to get use to with the 13 tooth front chainring difference to the 12 speed cassette. With the 10-36 12 speed cassette I have the benefit of wide range gearing without sacrificing either high or low end. The steps are in just the right place and not too large. The 10-33 always bothered me with it's 5 tooth step between 33 and 28. The 10-36 never goes beyond a 4 tooth step. So it's like getting the 10-33 with an extra 36 gear. Very happy with the performance and smooth shifting.

Reviewed 7/26/2021
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Works great!
by Shillz
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Shifts great, super durable, and quite a bit cheaper than Red. Haven't had any issues in 2000 miles. Would recommend

Reviewed 2/15/2021
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Bigger Jumps On Most Used Cogs?
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
7 of 19 customers found this review helpful.

My LBS had a Jamis built up with Force eTap AXS, the Force 4633 chainrings and 10-33 cassette. I tested it on local hilly, paved roads. This cassette was quiet and smooth using the SRAM chain. What I noticed most was the easier cogs actually have bigger jumps compared to similar SRAM 11 or 10 speed cassettes. This cassette had spacing of 21-24-28-33 at the easy end, so jumps of 3, 4 and 5 teeth. My SRAM 10-speed 11-32 cassette runs 22-25-28-32, so jumps of 3, 3 and 4 teeth. I believe the SRAM 11-speed is the same. It felt less useful because the bigger jumps made it harder to find a comfortable gear for my desired cadence and actually fewer easy gearing choices.

Reviewed 5/7/2019
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