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I must admit, it very well could also be the cassette and the chain. It's not just one individual component, but the whole drivetrain.
I work part time as a shop mechanic and there is a difference in the precision of shifts between low end and high end stuff, but unless your immersed in repairs and riding both, it's hard to distinguish. In otherwords, unless you're an expert or pro rider and ride everyday, you may not be able to distinguish the difference.
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