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Shimano 12x142 rear hubs and CS-5800 cassettes

Old 12-28-17, 12:24 PM
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Shimano 12x142 rear hubs and CS-5800 cassettes

I'm beginning to research Shimano hubs for my Raleigh Roker. I need a disc brake hub for a 12x142 thru axle. I'm looking at two hubs, the SLX FH-M7010 and the more expensive RS770.

I plan to use an 11-speed road cassette, alternatively the Shimano CS-5800 and a Sram PG-1130.

I'm beginning discover that the SLK FH-M7010 will take a 10-speed road cassette or the new 11-speed CS-HG800 11-speed 11-34 cassette. However, it won't take an 11-speed road cassette including the CS-5800. It's unclear to me if the RS770 accepts a road 11-speed cassette.

Does Shimano make rear hubs that accepts both a 12x142 axle and a 11-speed CS-5800 road cassette?
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Old 12-28-17, 12:30 PM
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You could change the freehub on the one which supports the through axle? Just an idea
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or the new 11-speed CS-HG800 11-speed 11-34 cassette.
Would you please post a link to any info you have about this cassette. I mentioned in another thread that I thought it existed but then could not find any verification. Happy to know I didn't dream it! Thanks! Here's the thread Shimano MTB 11s cassete - compatible with 10s freehub?
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Would you please post a link to any info you have about this cassette. I mentioned in another thread that I thought it existed but then could not find any verification. Happy to know I didn't dream it! Thanks! Here's the thread Shimano MTB 11s cassete - compatible with 10s freehub?
It's sometimes advertised as Ultegra 8000;

https://bike.shimano.com/content/sac-...-hg800-11.html

https://www.biketiresdirect.com/prod...UaAhN6EALw_wcB
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I took the dive and ordered the Shimano RS 770 rear hub from Amazon Prime for $82. It's the only Shimano hub that uses a 12x142 axle and takes a road 11-speed cassette that I could identify. It also seems to be Ultegra level quality at a bargain price.

I'm a little surprised that I could find only one Shimano road hub that accepts an 11 speed road cassette for a thru-axle disc brake bikes. Not only are most contemporary gravel and Cyclocross bikes using this configuration, but many disc brake road bikes are also using this thru-axle standard.
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