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Replacement mtb cassette, 9sp

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  • Started 6 months ago by duncans
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  1. duncans
    Member

    Spring bike fettling time!

    Having some trouble finding a new 9sp 11-32 cassette from any kind of reputable source, indeed whole cassette product ranges seem out of stock. Only slightly concerning.

    Can anyone recommend a source?

    Posted 6 months ago #
  2. amir
    Member

    Perhaps Bicycle Works?

    Getting parts is a problem atm. Due to higher COVID related demand or BREXIT related constraints on supply?

    Posted 6 months ago #
  3. duncans
    Member

    Or there's a huge Shimano shipment in a container in the Suez.

    Posted 6 months ago #
  4. toomanybikes
    Member

    Was looking for the exact same thing two days ago. Had to double check what I'd previously paid for them in my emails, bought 2 Alivio ones for £25 in Dec. 2019 on Amazon. Price is now £30 minimum each from potentially dodgy sellers on Ebay.

    Couldn't decide if buying a heavier Altus one for £21* on ebay was worth it.. Global demand for bike parts is just off the scale I think.

    Posted 6 months ago #
  5. mercury1and2
    Member

    Hi same issue bike shop said there supplier's were out of stock til july- could i source and send to them? so it took 20 mits Supplier SJS CYCLES - SHIMANO DEORE XT CS M770 9SP CASS RATIO 11 32 I JUST GOOGLLED IT hope this could help

    Posted 6 months ago #
  6. toomanybikes
    Member

    £75!! Guess it depends on how high a performance bike it's for. Altus seems a bit too low, Deore XT (ultegra equivalent) way too high. My bike is for a lard arse 15+kg steel gravel bike & probably deserves even less than I'm giving it credit for.

    Posted 6 months ago #
  7. mercury1and2
    Member

    yep replace like for like -the bike was bought in 2003 anything for my HT baby

    Posted 6 months ago #
  8. duncans
    Member

    So the disreputable eBay part arrived. Only has two of the three rivets holding the stack in place, but serviceable.

    Posted 5 months ago #

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