rear cassette - which ratios

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  1. catch

    catch New Member

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    This may seem like a very stupid question by I have a 9 speed xenon cassette. are there set combintaions of rear cogs that go into that cassette or does it vary. What is the easiest way of working out which cogs I have at the back - do I have to count them?
     
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  2. tosh_84

    tosh_84 New Member

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    You don't have to count them. There are numbers on them.
    If a number is difficult to read you can always verify it by counting.
     
  3. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    A problem with not enough fingers and toes?
     
  4. need11@46

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    Campagnolo says 12-23, 13-23 and 13-26 set combinations for their 9s cassette. I don't believe you can mix and match. It appears 9s is limited to 26 in the back. I doubt you could run a 29 from a 10s cassette, but I might be wrong (proper spacing?). IF you could, you may need a longer caged rear derailleur. Better to inquire in the forum.

    I trust you're not counting by fingers and toes; not to get to 26, anyway.

    -Wm.
     
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