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SRAMPG-1170 Cassette

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Item # SRM0506

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Item # SRM0506
Description

Why We Like The PG-1170 Cassette

The SRAM PG-1170 Cassette provides smooth shifting across 11 gears with its semi-spidered steel cogs. Ideally pairing with SRAM's Force 22 groupset, the PG-1170 cassette features a 16T cog for extra cadence control and delightfully smooth shifting when you're hovering around the middle block of the cassette. X-Glide shifting technology eliminates flex between the teeth to enhance shifting smoothness, especially on downshifts. Note that SRAM recommends pairing this cassette with its PC-1170 chain for flawless shifting. Moreover, it's only compatible with 11-speed hub/freehub bodies, and it includes an anodized, laser-etched aluminum lockring.

  • 11-speed cassette for SRAM Road drivetrains
  • X-Glide shifting technology for smooth gear changes
  • Compatible with 11-speed road freehub bodies
  • Includes anodized, laser-etched aluminum lockring

Tech Specs
Cog Sizes11 - 25t, 11 - 26t, 11 - 28t
Cog Materialhigh-grade tool steel
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Activityroad cycling
Weight

Actual Weight

One Color, 11 25
245g
8.64oz
One Color, 11 26
250g
8.82oz
One Color, 11 28
126g
4.44oz
One Color, 11 32
316g
11.15oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[11-25t] 8.1oz
231g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Great CX cassette

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

I needed a few steeper gears for my Ridley X-Night SL and this cassette did the trick. Matched to the SRAM Force 1 system and works flawlessly with the standard cage derailluer. No complaints.

>Rating: 5

Easy Installation

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 11"
Weight
270 lbs

I replace 11-32 with ultegra 6800 53/39 Great ! My freinds has compact 50/34 and see how compare

I
>Rating: 5

Easy Installation

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 11"
Weight
270 lbs

I replace 11-32 with ultegra 6800 53/39 Great !

I
>Rating:

I currently have Force 22 2X components, but looking to potentially shift to Force 1 crankset along with this 11-36t cassette. Would the Force 22 rear derailleur be compatible with those two components?

>Rating: 5

It works

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height
5` 9"
Weight
150 lbs

Bought this to replace the 11-34 I have on my bike and was concerned it might not work with my Derailleur which is a Shimano 6800 gs,had read a lot of reviews saying it would and would not work but it was just a plug and play thing.As a matter of fact I could have used the same chain that was on the 11-34 but I had a new chain so I sized it to the old chain and it was perfect, a little tweaking of the limit screws and B screw and that was it,YMMV it has a lot to do with the geometry of your frame and derailleur hanger whether it will work.

>Rating: 5

SRAM + Backcountry = RAD!!!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
11-36

I know the other guys make good cassettes (and great fishing poles too!?!), but I’m a SRAM guy, and always will be! The PG-1170 11-36 is the perfect pie-plate for the long steep climbs around my house, and getting it quick from Backcountry at a good price is all a middle aged man in lycra can ask for. Amateur Tip: This 11-36 cassette paired with a Wolftooth Roadlink may not impress the mechanics at your LBS, but they will pair up just fine with pretty much any setup you’ve got to give you the mechanical advantage you need to make your local suckfest climb suck just a little bit less.

>Rating: 5

my go to cassett

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

this is a good cassette especially for the price. I mostly use it for my training wheelsets. i generally I get a couple thousand miles out of each one.

>Rating: 5

Trying this before a new gravel crank

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
11-36

With a 50/34 crank and 11-34 rear, I wanted just a bit more bottom on my 105 group gravel bike, and shimanos 11-34 cassette tooth count increments never felt right to me. The 11-36 SRAM cassette is much cheaper option to start with over converting to grx 48/31 cranks - contrary to what Shimano says, the SRAM 11-36 plays nicely with a 105 (7000) long cage RD, just a small B adjustment and it shifts perfectly through all gears. Just a quick pavement ride so far, but seems to be exactly what I was looking for. Update- after a 50 mile backwoods gravel ride with plenty of steep climbs this performs perfectly and has the extra low I needed to keep a reasonable cadence up the ridiculously steep climbs, and the gear spacing across the cassette feels great. With this I won’t need to swap out the sub compact road crank and spend money on a “gravel specific” crank. For others in my situation this is an excellent option to try.

>Rating: 1

Wrong cassette (10 speed) sent 3 times

Received cassette in 1170 box with 11-32 "x" but the actual cassette was a 10-speed. Luckily, customer service was great with returning and sending new ones, however after 3 I told them to just refund. Wish I had some compensation for driving (hour total) to UPS store to return 3 items. Seems more a SRAM problem than CC problem, to be fair.

The 11th cog is attached to the back of the cassette for shipping. You have to take it off the back and put it onto the front of the cassette.`

>Rating: 5

I love it

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
11-36
Height
5` 9"
Weight
163 lbs

I just built up a Surly Midnight Special with this cassette and have put some long rough miles on it . From paved roads to double and single track trails and some off road neglected trails and no complaints it has gotten me where I have been going , trouble Free! What more can you ask for :)

>Rating:

Hello! I have the SRAM Red e-tap 50/39.... will the 11-36 fit right?

>Rating:

I'm getting a wheelset built, and the builder does not have access to a Shimano/Sram 11sp road freehub body. The builder has suggested that a Shimano-compatible 8/9/10/11 speed MTB freehub ought to work with this cassette. Does this require a strictly 11 speed road freehub body or can the 8/9/10/11 speed Shimano MTB freehub body work too? Thanks!

Hi. This cassette is only compatible with an 11 speed Sram/Shimano freehub body

>Rating: 5

Good all round cassette

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Where I live there are some hills nowhere like in the mountain stages of the tours. This 11-32 SRAM cassette is a perfect match with the Force 1 GXP 52 crank for me, where I ride and my style it suits me fine. With 11 gears more then enough for the hills and speed on the flats. Great price.

>Rating:

This may be a redundant question but - - I have a Shimano ultra medium cage drivetrain 11-32 cassette. I am looking for a larger capacity cassette - would this Sram PG1170. 11-36" work? Thank You

This article seems to indicate they would. https://cyclingtips.com/2017/12/mixing-road-groupsets-what-works-together-and-what-doesnt-2/

>Rating: 5

Light and Friendly Price

Great cassette, durable, and much better price than a Red cassette. Lasts a decent time for road riding.

>Rating: 5

quality casette 11-25

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this for my road bike; This is the 1170, Sram force. Excellent quality as it is usual for SRAM. Way cheaper than the RED 22 casette (dont see the point of spending over $250 in a casette). 11-25 with standard rings is enough for the flats Free fast shipping by Backcountry with a 15% discount

>Rating:

I currently am running the SRAM 1170 11-32 cassette with complete SRAM Force 22 drivetrain and 50/34 chainrings. Is it possible to run the 1170 11-36 cassette with the addition of the Wolftooth RoadLink?

>Rating:

Can I run the 1170 36t cassette with the Force 22 50-34 groupo without any further modifications as long as I have the correct derailleur cage length?

Hi James, the SRAM website says this: "11-36 option is only compatible with SRAM Road 1x medium and long cage derailleurs." which probably means it doesn't work with a Force 22 groupset. See here for more detail: https://www.sram.com/sram/road/products/pg-1170-cassette

>Rating: 4

A good cassette.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this for a bigger range for climbing, it is doing the trick. It has been quiet and shifted admirably.

>Rating: 5

worth it

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This cassette performs just how it should. I can make my chain slip on a PG-1150 cassette if I try hard enough, but I cannot do that with the PG-1170 using the same chain.