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Old 09-16-10, 03:15 AM   #1
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SRAM PG 1070 12-36T 10 spd, Deore XT 772 SGS 9 spd combination

Shimano R700 50-34
SRAM PG1070 12-36T 10 spd cassette
Deore XT 772 SGS 9 spd RD

The photo on the left(#1) has 11-32T and the photo on the right (#2) has 12-36T.
11-32 weight is approx. 12.5 ounces
12-36 is approx. 14.5 ounces
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Update: 9/21/2010
Done testing the SRAM 11-32T and 12-36T on Shimano Deore XT 772 SGS 9 spd RD. (For Sale at a low price).
Next test will be Shimano XT Dyna-Sys 11-36T with the Deore XT 773 SGS 10 spd RD. Photos will be posted soon.
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Update 9/25/2010
Tested the XT Dyna-Sys Cassette 11-36T, XT Dyna-Sys RD SGS 773 and Ultegra 6600 shifters. It didn't work at all. The Dyna-Sys have a different pull ratio than road shifters. It only works with the XT MTB Dyna-Sys shifters. I will stick to my SRAM 11-32T set-up.
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Old 09-16-10, 10:22 AM   #2
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That's about what I'll be doing if I don't get any stronger yet keep riding the steep climbs.
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That's about what I'll be doing if I don't get any stronger yet keep riding the steep climbs.
I tried the 11-32T for 12 miles hills and flats and shifts very well. I took off the 11-32T and just installed 12-36T and will try it on hills. I'm selling the 11-32T used only for 12miles for parts testing.
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