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Old 03-31-11, 01:12 PM   #1
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Shimano 9/10 speed Cassette Cog Spacers- In what order do they belong.

Does anyone know if there is schematics for the different shimano 9/10 speed cassette setups. Basically I am looking to verify in what order you put the cassette cog spacers in with the varying cogs. I bought a few used cassettes and I want to verify the cog spacer position within the setup? Thanks
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The loose spacers are all the same so the order doesn't matter. The smallest cog will have a built-in spacer.
Just make sure the space between cogs is always the same.
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