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  • SRAM - GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette - Black
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SRAM - GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette

SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette

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    • Black, 10-42T
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    Tech Specs

    Cog Sizes:
    10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42t
    Cog Material:
    chromoloy steel
    Hub Type:
    XD Driver
    Carrier Material:
    stainless steel
    Recommended Use:
    cross country, downhill, enduro, mud/sand/snow, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    No more complaining.

    If you've been spending every ride lamenting your lack of "just one more" gear in either direction, give your ride buddies' ears a break and take a look at the SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette. Constructed with a whopping 10-42t gear range, you'll be hard pressed to find a time when you're praying for a miracle gear on the trails, and you won't have to drain an entire season's upgrade budget to get it. In fact, SRAM uses a remarkably similar design for the XG-1150 as it does on its top-end X1 cassette, shaped to clear mud when you're trudging through the deep stuff and function consistently through whatever conditions the day throws at you. Send away and know that 123 stainless steel pins will hold the 11 chromoly steel cogs together through big hits and the occasional spill.

    • Affordable cassette inspired by SRAM's top-tier designs
    • Durable steel construction prepared for spills and sends
    • Huge gear range provides a cog for every terrain type
    • Built to shed mud and function consistently through mud

    Wore out quicker than my last one

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The GX cassette sells at a fair price considering the weight and overall quality; it's hard to justify the next level up. I have generally gotten about a year out of one (about 3000 miles) but this time it lasted 6 months and about 2000 miles. My riding hasn't changed much and the same smaller 4 cogs wore as last time, just sooner than I'd expected. Still, I have yet to find a better option. E*Thirteen is almost onto something with replaceable cogs, but those cost about as much as the XG-1150, so what's the point?

    Budget Friendly and SRAM Quality

      Great SRAM quality with a pocket friendly price to upgrade my wife's Stumpjumper. Never had a complaint with any SRAM components, ever.

      SRAM Wins the Drivetrain War

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      SRAM's drivetrains are amazing. I haven't had any real issues for the last 5 years, can't go wrong with them. And they keep making more budget-friendly options, which I'm grateful for! Woo!

      Shifts Smooth

        Pretty good range without spending the extra dollars on the Eagle groupo. Working great on my Surly Ogre.


        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Great replacement and upgrade.

        cheap and quality

          Needed to replace my old one this was the perfect replacement. affordable and quality.

          GX 11spd Cassette

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          Had to replace a cassette due to being worn down but didn't want to spend $200+ for a new one. This one is decent quality and affordable price. It is a little on the heavy side but for the money its great.

          Great Cassette For The Money

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Looking for a burly cassette with reliable but affordable performance? Look no further! This cassette blends solid performance while still being durable against dings, rocks, and falls. I have put this thing through the wringer and it still shifts like a champ. If you have additional questions please feel free to reach out!

          Good Cassette

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          This is a solid cassette. It's not the lightest, but it will get the job done, no problem. shifting is great, like always from sram.

          A Great Start

            I recently decided to bring my bike into the modern age and convert it from 2x10 to 1x11. The GX XG-1150 cassette was my first choice in making the move and I will definitely be buying it again. It's not the lightest cassette in the 1x pantheon but it definitely shifts well enough to keep me, and my drivetrain, happy.


            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            Lighter than XT. Enough Said.

            I currently have the slx 10 spd cassette, can I use this instead of buying with wolf tooth 42t. And still keep my 2x?

            An Affordable Alternative to XX1

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            As is with the rest of the GX groupset, this cassette makes a great affordable alternative to the sky high costs of XX1 and X01. It's definitely quite a bit heavier than the higher end cassettes, but at less than half of its price I can't complain too much. I can't perceive the difference in shifting between this and X01 and XX1. Would make a great training cassette to take the wear and tear while only leaving the XX1 cassette for race day.

            SRAM Cassette

            • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

            I picked this to keep all components SRAM on my 1 x 11 conversion. I will return this because it doesn't fit my hub. I bought a SHIMANO cassette and have had not fit issues.

            You need a XD Driver on your hub to accommodate this cassette. Sram's NX cassette would work with your hub

            no issues

              I've had no issues with this cassette. I have two wheel sets and I am using this cassette on both wheel sets. Does not collect mud and dirt as easily as others I've used in the past. I'm running this on the '15 Nomad