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It depends. Rear derailleur lever geometry, shifter cable pull and clicks amount control rear derailleur lateral movement amount. Let's assume that there are 11 cogs with distance of 10mm between each other and derailler moves 10mm every click. 11 speed cassette might have the same width, which means 10% lesser distance between cogs, so it's 9mm. When ...


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Pretty sure that the MF series has the freewheel integrated with the cassette, so if you are going to a "pure" cassette, you will need to replace the freewheel and possibly the hub. You would need to replace the hub if you can't find a conversion to a non-integrated freewheel for your current hub. If the hub gets replaced, that could affect the disk as ...


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ANSWER This is a bad idea. Your bike has 24 gears total, so its probably a 3x8. Thats three front chainrings and 8 cogs on the rear. You could get more road speed by having a smaller small on the back, or a larger large on the front. However the default rear cassette is 11-32 and 11 is as small as they go. Your specs don't say what the front chainrings ...



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