Are 10 and 11 speed cassettes the same width?

Are 10 and 11 speed cassettes the same width?

11 speeds. Sprocket width is the same as for 10 speeds, so 10 speed sprockets can be used, provided that 11 speed spacers are used. Sprockets are 1.6 mm thick, spaced at 3.74 mm (road), or 3.9 mm (MTB). 11 speed road has a longer freehub body, while MTB 11 speed cassette fits 8-9-10 speed freehub.

Are all Shimano 11 speed cassettes interchangeable?

Yes they are. The 11 speed cassettes of Shimano and Campagnolo have the same sprocket spacings and overall widths, so you can swap a Shimano wheel/freehub/11sp cassette with a Campagnolo wheel/freehub/11 speed cassette. Rest of the bike can be Shimano or Campag 11 speed, it doesn’t matter.

How many miles does a Dura-Ace cassette last?

With a steel cog cassette, I expect it to last trough the life of the 3-4 chains in a rotation. With Shimano chains that might only be 9-12,000 miles. With Campy, more like 12-15,000.

Are all 10 speed cassettes compatible?

In some cases, it is possible to run a cassette from a different brand than the rest of your drivetrain. SRAM and Shimano cassettes, on either road or mountain bike, are interchangeable with each other as the spacing is the same between the sprockets.

Can you fit an 11 speed cassette?

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.

How many miles should an Ultegra chain last?

Varies widely depending on riding habits, environment and maintenance. But if all these conditions are average, a 10-speed chain should last around 3,000 miles, with the cassette also ready for replacement at the time you install the third chain.

Can I use Ultegra cassette with Dura Ace?

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). Thus, an Ultegra (6800/8000) 11-speed chain can be used with a Dura-Ace (9000/9100) 11-speed cassette.

Can I replace a 9 speed cassette with a 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 and 11 speed chain?

Chains for 11-speed systems are around 5.4mm wide on the outside, vs. around 5.9mm wide for 10-speed ones, so that’s 0.25mm narrower from the center of the cog tooth to the end of the chain pin on each side.