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Old 12-02-22, 08:11 AM
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SRAM 11spd 32t Cassette

Hi,
I was looking at the SRAM 1190 cassette 11-32t and noticed it says that 32 and 34 tooth versions are compatibile only with wifli and 1x derailleurs. I have a Shimano Ultegra RD. Would they just not work together?
Thanks!
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Old 12-02-22, 10:10 AM
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It should be fine with an Ultegra RD.
I run a SRAM PG 1170 11-32 with Shimano GRX 810 RD and it works fine. I think the XG-1190 is just a fancier/lighter/more expensive version of that.
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You haven't told us which Ultegra derailleur you have...and that makes a difference. Which model? SRAM is only going to say which SRAM derailleurs the cassette will work with, they won't ever mention Shimano in their details/spec.
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I have not actually bought it yet. I have Dura Ace 9001 shifters and was looking at the R8000 RD.
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I suppose what matters in this case is the gear capacity of the RD you're using. 11-32 is 21 teeth. But if it's on a 34-50 double, you'll need 16T more take-up for 37 teeth total.
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Originally Posted by BlazingPedals View Post
I suppose what matters in this case is the gear capacity of the RD you're using. 11-32 is 21 teeth. But if it's on a 34-50 double, you'll need 16T more take-up for 37 teeth total.
That is my thought. I thought sram built to shimano specs, but wasn't sure if things had changed.
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Originally Posted by byrd48 View Post
That is my thought. I thought sram built to shimano specs, but wasn't sure if things had changed.
Shimano 'spacing'. If you get an RD8000 GS you're good up to 34 probably 36 and you'll have enough chain wrap.
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Shimano 'spacing'. If you get an RD8000 GS you're good up to 34 probably 36 and you'll have enough chain wrap.
Right now I'm running SRAM Force mid-cage RD with a Shimano 11-34T cassette and 6800 34/50 crankset. No problems.

I think 36T would be pushing the limit as the RD is rated for a 32T max.
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