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Shimano XTR CS-M9000 Sprocket - 11T - Y1PU11000

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For use with Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11spd Cassettes.

This Sprocket can also be used on the following cassette:

- Shimano XTR CS-M9001

This is an "A" match which indicates that the parts are the same in materials, appearance, finish & size etc.

These cassettes require the Shimano TL-LR15 Lock Ring Removal Tool.

Genuine Shimano replacement part.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Compatible with slx and xt as well
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07 May 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone
ProsWorks well
All good. Bought to replace damaged 11 tooth ring off an slx m7000 11 speed cassette. Works perfectly so I'd assume it would also work with an xt m8000 cassette as well.
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Can I use this with the Shimano XT KCSM8000 11x42 11-Speed?
By
17 Sep 2018
Yes this will be a suitable fit.

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37190 gear to be ordered. Preferrably more than just 2.
By
04 Dec 2017
Hi. I would like to make an order of 37190 spare gear and you seen to have only two at a time. I recently ordered two already but I do ride alot and would like to order approx 10 of these. I dont like to pay the shipping costs to Finland every month...
Or if you have a better solution to my rapidly deteriorating highest gear. I ride 40km per day with my haibike and I do it on tarmac with the speeds of 20-40km/h. What is the toughest combo of gears and chain that I can put to my bike? The exact model of my bike is haibike full fatsix 7.0.
Hi,

We can potentially do a bulk order of these, just email orders@sjscycles.com to arrange.
Otherwise, if you are mainly using your smaller cassette sprockets it indicates that your front chain ring could be increased in size to get you using larger cassette sprockets that will wear more slowly.

Thanks