I needed to replace my 10-speed Dura-ace cassette because of worn cogs and was originally looking for a Dura-ace 10-speed cassette. Not only were they difficult to find, but the few I found were extremely expensive! I "settled" for this Ultegra cassette and I am very glad I did. Not only is it waaay less expensive, but the shifting is just as clean and crisp as my Dura-ace cassette. Even though I know there is a weight difference, I really can't feel it in any way. I have it paired with a SRAM hollow-pin chain and the combination works extremely well. I would definitely recommend this cassette.
Well folks, the time comes when you are looking at 60 years in the rear view mirror and realize you need a little more spin for those steep skyline hills. My solution, the shimano ultegra 10 speed cassette with a thirty tooth cog. yep for now this old guy can still spin up those steep hills and enjoy it! Where you say can I get one? Well greybeard, at Bike Tires Direct of course! I have bought my tools of the road from these guys for many years and never once had a problem, shipping is fast and the price spot on. Disclaimer I do not work for these guys, really. I Just appreciate them. Have a great ride and I will see you out there!
First time to ever change out a cassette, wow a very easy process. After replacing the cassette check out shifting with your chain and your back on the road again. 10 minutes max to replace a cassette. Faster than replacing a flat tire! Save few bucks, do it yourself. My old Shimano cassette a little over 8,000 miles still working but thought with a great price at Bike Tires Direct why not replace the cassette. Shimano TOP quality products along with Bike Tires Direct, my go to online bike store.
Replaced a well worn Shimano cassette and chain at the same time. Both new components work well together.
These parts were used to rebuild an old (1982) steel frame bike. Nice improvement!
This was an upgrade to make the hills a little easier. Not surprisingly, it was an easy fit to replace the existing Shimano 10-speed cassette. The 30 tooth cog was one size larger than spec'ed by Shimano for my derailleur, but it shifts well and didn't require a modification of the chain. Easy and inexpensive upgrade.
Replaced worn out Shimano 10 speed cassette with a new Shimano 6700 10 speed cassette, works great at a reasonable price, timely delivery, and I am a very happy customer with Bike tires direct.
I am still running 10 speed. Needed a new cassette for a new Hed wheel. For $XX, these are incredible deal! The finish holds up really well, too. Seems to be more durable than Dura Ace for a lot less $ and just a little more weight.