- Can I put a 9 speed cassette?
- How do I change my 9 speed bike to 11 speed?
- What is the difference between a 10 speed and 11 speed cassette?
- Will 10 speed shifter work with 11 speed cassette?
- Are 10 and 11 speed chains the same?
- What size is a 9 speed chain?
- Can you put a 9 speed cassette on a 10 speed hub?
- Can you fit a 11 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
- Are 9 and 10 speed cassettes the same width?
- Can I fit a 12 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
- Are Shimano 9 and 10 speed compatibility?
- Can I use 9 speed derailleur with 7 speed cassette?
- Do I need a new hub for 11 speed?
- Will 11 speed cassette work with 10 speed hub?
- Will a 12 speed chain work on 11 speed?
- Are all 11 speed cassettes compatible?
- Do I need a spacer for 11 speed cassette?
Can I put a 9 speed cassette?
Yes, so long as the hub isn’t dura-ace.
The Shimano 9- and 10-speed cassette standards aren’t exactly the same.
10-speed cassettes have deeper grooves, basically so that the dura-ace freehub can be made of aluminum and have higher splines that won’t get stripped..
How do I change my 9 speed bike to 11 speed?
You’ll need to change the chainwheels and the cranks, the rear derailleur, the brake-shift levers, the cassette and the chain of course. The rear wheel probably has an older hub but then if you’re lucky and the hub is designed for 10-speed as well it will also take 11.
What is the difference between a 10 speed and 11 speed cassette?
The only difference between the two units is the cassette! The KICKR uses an 11-speed compatible Shimano freehub body, but you can install an 8, 9, or 10 speed cassette with the proper spacers.
Will 10 speed shifter work with 11 speed cassette?
the 10 speed and 11 speed derailleurs are interchangeable as far as the shifters go, the difference is that a 10 speed derailleur doesn’t like a cassette cog much bigger than the 36t it was designed for, where the 11 speed derailleurs are designed for 40 and 42t cogs, and seem to be able to handle bigger.
Are 10 and 11 speed chains the same?
Registered. Not only are they not the same, but the while everyone’s 10 speed chains are compatible, the SRAM 11 speed MTB chain is different than SRAM 11 speed road chains. Shimano 11 speed MTB cassettes can fit on 8/9/10 speed hubs.
What size is a 9 speed chain?
about 6.7 mm9 speeds. Chain width is about 6.7 mm. In a pinch, a 10 speed chain can be used. Still, narrower chain is more expensive, doesn’t last as long and will cause a bit slower shifting… but it will work.
Can you put a 9 speed cassette on a 10 speed hub?
a 9 speed cassette will not go on a 10 speed only hub so depends what wheel you have. A 9 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub does not require a spacer shim…but a 10 speed will go on a 9 speed hub but requires the spacer.
Can you fit a 11 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
This means that if you have an old wheel with a 9/10 freehub, you cannot use it with an 11-speed cassette. You must buy a new wheel that is 11-speed. However, the 11-speed wheels are retro-fittable for 9 and 10-speed. They come with a 1.85mm spacer to take up the extra slack.
Are 9 and 10 speed cassettes the same width?
Sometimes, the difference lies in the brand For the Shimano brand, their 9-speed cassettes have an extra cog added to the 8-speed cassette, while the overall width remains the same. … The same thing goes for the 10-speed where it still has the same width as an 8-speed cassette. This makes the 10-speed slightly narrower.
Can I fit a 12 speed cassette on a 9 speed hub?
Yes you can run a 9/10/11 & 12 speed cassette on a shimano free hub, a Sunrace 12 speed will fit.
Are Shimano 9 and 10 speed compatibility?
9 speed/10 speed Cross Compatibility Ten speed Dyna-Sys rear derailers and ten speed Dyna-Sys rear shifters are only compatible with one another. Neither will work with any other type of Shimano component. Ten speed Dyna-Sys rear shifters are, however, compatible with SRAM X-series 9 speed rear derailleurs.
Can I use 9 speed derailleur with 7 speed cassette?
Registered. You’ll be fine. I had a Deore 9-speed rear derailleur with a no-name Shimano 7-speed cassette and worked fine. The only thing is that you may need a bit more adjustment on the derailleur for the first setup because of the change.
Do I need a new hub for 11 speed?
Shimano/SRAM 11 speed cassettes are wider than 8/9/10 speed ones. So yes, you need a new, wider freehub body, unless your old one was not very old and used a spacer to fit a 10-speed cassette.
Will 11 speed cassette work with 10 speed hub?
Luckily, many common and not-so-common wheelsets, as long as they’re at least 10-speed, can be upgraded to 11-speed by purchasing a new cassette body. The body is the part that attaches to the center of the hub and drives the wheel and bike when you pedal.
Will a 12 speed chain work on 11 speed?
The chainring on a 1x system will only “see” the internal of the chain, so yes, a 11 speed chain will work fine with a 12 speed chainring (that’s usually 11/12sp chainring). But Shimano created a new tooth profile for their 12-speed chainrings that matches the internal parts of their new 12-speed chains.
Are all 11 speed cassettes compatible?
When SRAM entered the road groupset market in 2006, it decided to adopt Shimano’s specifications for its chains and cassettes. As a result, the chains and cassettes from the two brands have always been completely interchangeable for any given type of transmission (e.g. 11-speed).
Do I need a spacer for 11 speed cassette?
No MTB cassette requires a spacer, except on 11 speed road freehubs (as you now have). Road is a bit different – Shimano 10 speed road cassettes need them on 9/10 speed freehub bodies, and SRAM/Shimano 10 speed do on 11 speed freehub bodies.