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SHIMANO Ultegra CS-R8000 Cassette as low as $59 shipped $59.99

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price varies depending upon size... nice deal.

105 is on sale too, but its under $50,so shipping. may as well get ultegra.

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Colorado Cyclist [coloradocyclist.com] has all sizes of the CS-R8000 on sale for $69.99, so slightly cheaper if you need one of the larger sizes (and reach $100 order total for free shipping).
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I have a 650B wheel set with SRAM 11x36t for gravel, will this 11x32T be a direct swap if I put on a more pavement friendly 700c set without adjusting the gears?
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Thanks! I had just purchased from there for a similar price last week, as well as the medium/long cage R8000 series Di2 derailleur because mine is the short cage, but I wanted to change from 11-28 to 11-32 which technically isn't supported. Also got the EW-UW111 Bluetooth/ANT+ add on so I can see Di2 battery on my bike computer. Now just need to learn some basic bike maintenance...
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I'm running Dura Ace. Pass.
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I'm running Dura Ace. Pass.
For the 10 grams savings ?
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Thanks! I had just purchased from there for a similar price last week, as well as the medium/long cage R8000 series Di2 derailleur because mine is the short cage, but I wanted to change from 11-28 to 11-32 which technically isn't supported. Also got the EW-UW111 Bluetooth/ANT+ add on so I can see Di2 battery on my bike computer. Now just need to learn some basic bike maintenance...
Get an 11-30 and cage should be fine
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Get an 11-30 and cage should be fine
I thought about that but my Tacx Neo has an 11-32 and so figured indexing would be easier (my wife has UDi2 with an 11-32 hence the cassette choice for the trainer). Plus I do a lot of climbing so the extra teeth is well worth it
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I thought about that but my Tacx Neo has an 11-32 and so figured indexing would be easier (my wife has UDi2 with an 11-32 hence the cassette choice for the trainer). Plus I do a lot of climbing so the extra teeth is well worth it
Changing a cage ain't worth it. 11-30 is close enough
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For the 10 grams savings ?
And the Dura-Ace cassette is 3X to 4X the price of Ultegra. Unless someone is a pro racer, I don't see the point of getting Dura-Ace these days.
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And the Dura-Ace cassette is 3X to 4X the price of Ultegra. Unless someone is a pro racer, I don't see the point of getting Dura-Ace these days.
I don't see the point of letting us all know, "I have Dura Ace" either. I'm betting no one cares what group someone has But, whateva! Big Grin
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I don't see the point of letting us all know, "I have Dura Ace" either. I'm betting no one cares what group someone has But, whateva! Big Grin
Even 105 stuff is good. Trickle down.

But no reason to buy dura ace

If your bike comes with that group set, great. Otherwise not buying a dura.ace chain or cassette take a sip of water from your water bottle and there is your grams savings. Or don't have that last chicken wing. Lol
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