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Shimano Acera CS-HG41 7 Speed Cassette

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Details
- Durable 7-speed ATB cassette
- Hyperglide sprockets have a computer designed tooth configuration with contoured shift gates, resulting in a crisp smooth shift even under load
- Close ratio gearing allows a more efficient use of energy through finer cadence control
- Sprockets are cut away to reduce weight without reducing rigidity
- Nickel-plated finish offers hard wearing resistance to corrosion
- Corrosion-resistant steel cassette lockring
- For 7-speed HG chains

- 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 24, 28t
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Product Reviews (5)
Overall Product Rating 3.8 / 5
By
30 Jan 2018
4 / 5
I recommend this product
Very happy with a like for like swap. The same cassette lasted 2 years of constant use though because I tend to stick in 2 of the 7 gears for most of my riding that's where the wear was. The other 5 gears were unworn. Slick changing back
haven't fitted yet so.....
By
06 Dec 2017
3 / 5
I recommend this product
Consit takes up space in the garage so far..
Prosits shiny
I dont know, but I keep getting invitations to review in my email, so I better had do it!
Good quality, lightweight part
By
14 Nov 2017
4 / 5
I recommend this product
High quality Shimano part - has really slick changing and is as light as you could hope for.
Does The Job
By
21 Apr 2017
4 / 5
I recommend this product
I replaced an old cassette with this one with no problems. It feels a lot better, together with a new chain.
Works And Cheap
By
10 Jun 2012
4 / 5
I recommend this product
Consnon
Prosworks and looks nice
Works turns the wheel round when I pedal and good clean changes with my old Shimano GS100 derailier
Questions & Answers (3)
Fitting on 11 Speed Hub
By
27 Jul 2018
Hi,
I'm looking to experiment with fitting my old beater on my smart direct drive turbo as a permenant turbo bike. The turbo has an 11 speed hub, plus came with a spacer for "8-9-10" speed cassettes. Will that spacer be sufficient or will I need more (like the sproket washer mentioned in the other question)?
Thanks
This should be okay without, but sometimes you do need that spacer depending on the particular hub shell / cassette.

Thanks
Cassette loose on splines
By
10 Aug 2017
I have just replaced an old Shimano Exage 500X 7 speed cassette with a Shimano CS-HG41 7 Speed Cassette supplied by your good selves.
The old 6 sprocket stack appear to be thicker than the new ones. This means that when the lock ring is tightened, the 6 new sprockets are slightly loose on the splines.
It would appear that the gap between the 7th sprocket and the others is only about 1 mm.
Is there a thin spacer shim available for this setup?
Also, the old chain appears to ride up when used on the 11 tooth sprocket (it is fine on the other 6). Could a new chain prevent this?
Many thanks
You need to fit 2 (perhaps just 1) Shimano CS-HG50-7 Sprocket Washer - 1mm - Y11E03000 (our item # 6776) BEHIND the cassette as the Exage 500 hub was not designed for 11t top sprockets.
Is It A Design For Hybrid Also
By
24 Jan 2017
Hi,

As long as your bike is designed to take a 7spd cassette then this will be fine.

Thanks.