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Old 12-11-17, 09:15 PM
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Can someone confirm gearings on this cassette?

Hey guys,

I just bought a pair of wheels that came with a brand new Dura Ace 9000 11-25 or 12-25 cassette. Can someone confirm which one? Thanks!
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Old 12-11-17, 09:18 PM
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you could just count them yourself. Lol
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It’s a 12-25. Count them to make sure.
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You have the 12-25, because the first cog is stamped 12B. There's also that 18T lurking between the 17 and the 19.

11-25: 11-12-13-14-15-16-17-19-21-23-25
12-25: 12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-21-23-25
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Thanks for the help!
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big cog has a 25 stamped on it and the little cog has a 12 stamped on it. all the cogs have 11S stamped on them. hmmmmmmm
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Old 12-11-17, 11:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Bmach View Post
you could just count them yourself. Lol
I'll definitely count it by myself If I were him =)
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Old 12-11-17, 11:27 PM
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It's 12-25 cogs. =)
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This has got to be a joke but it's too subtle for me. Waiting to hear....
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Originally Posted by shelbyfv View Post
This has got to be a joke but it's too subtle for me. Waiting to hear....
Yeah, the answer was pretty easy to find by counting teeth. The only possible confusion is that the smallest cog is stamped both 12 and 11S. The 12 is the tooth count and the 11 means it's an 11-speed cassette. Again, spending a few seconds counting would have resolved the confusion.
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Count teeth? That's so old school. There must be an app that will give the answer without all that manual labor. All you old farts don't know how to adapt to the computer age. There's no longer any need to lean on the crutches of observation, logic or analysis. Those of the new generation don't have to adapt to anything - it's all laid out by the all-knowing oracles that program and populate the Internet with all the facts that are needed
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Thankfully fingers and toes come in 10s, handily digital.
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And they say, there is no such thing as a stupid question! But possibly, the op just bought the wheel set off the interweb and only has the pics, item not in hand yet. Still with those pics, easy enough to count. Tim
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Originally Posted by cny-bikeman View Post
Count teeth? That's so old school. There must be an app that will give the answer without all that manual labor. All you old farts don't know how to adapt to the computer age. There's no longer any need to lean on the crutches of observation, logic or analysis. Those of the new generation don't have to adapt to anything - it's all laid out by the all-knowing oracles that program and populate the Internet with all the facts that are needed
The app starts with voice recognition to get the question. Then it searches the entire web with artificial intelligence to identify sources that can give an answer. After a Bayesian sieve of the results, the app uses TTS to inform the questioner. So much easier than observation or (ugh) "counting." [Do not use for safety of life questions.]
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Was this a trick question?
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Guys....

Originally Posted by tkamd73 View Post
And they say, there is no such thing as a stupid question! But possibly, the op just bought the wheel set off the interweb and only has the pics, item not in hand yet. Still with those pics, easy enough to count. Tim
+1. this makes sense lol.

with a fancy shmancy dura ace i can get that the OP would wanna double check!
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Originally Posted by shelbyfv View Post
Thankfully fingers and toes come in 10s, handily digital.
Not enough. He would need 11 of either or take his shoes off once he ran out of fingers.
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