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Shimano CS-5700 105 10-Speed Cassette

4.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
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Price: $28.99 - $86.54
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  • Aluminum carrier for 3 largest cogs
  • Nickel plating increases durability
  • Drilled out cogs help reduce weight
  • Includes locking
  • Shimano Reference Number: CS-5700

Product Description

Product Description

The new 105 front derailleur leverages the wide inner link design introduced at the Dura-Ace level to assertively move the chain. Combined with the improved chain guide shape, silky smooth and seamless shifts can be made even under the heaviest of loads.

From the Manufacturer

The new 105 front derailleur leverages the wide inner link design introduced at the Dura-Ace level to assertively move the chain. Combined with the improved chain guide shape, silky smooth and seamless shifts can be made even under the heaviest of loads.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B009VB76GA
  • Item model number: CS4100-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,801 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

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By G. Powell on June 25, 2013
Size: 12/27T Verified Purchase
I wear out a set of cogs every 5K or so (3 chains worth) so I don't really care if I have the lightest set around. These seem to last as long as the more expensive Ultegra set but I'm trying to keep the costs down so I picked these over the next upgrade. Don't seem to make any difference in shifting, coasting, or weight that matters. yes rotating weight makes a difference for racers, but for the rest of us, durability and cost are more important.
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Size: 11-28T Verified Purchase
I live in Colorado with a lot of hills and mountain passes. My bike came with an 11-25T cassette. I bought a chain whip and cassette lockring tool to put on the new cassette. It took about half an hour since I had never done it before. It would take about half the time to do it again. Search youtube for a cassette change video. The 28 tooth lower gear makes a big difference and makes the hills and passes easier for tired legs.
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Size: 12/25T Verified Purchase
I was getting a little depressed with the whole 10-speed Campy compatible / Shimano freehub cassette situation. Several years back I had a Bob Jackson frameset built and shipped to me in the US. At the time, I favored Shimano hubs because they are high quality, have serviceable bearings, and don't cost an arm and a leg. However, there is nothing quite like the 'crispness' of Campagnolo drivetrains. So I opted for a cassette by Ambrosio that was Shimano splined, Campy spaced. These work great, but for some weird reason, you can't find these in shops in the US. You can find them sometimes on Ebay, but otherwise you have to order them from bicycle shops in the UK. The quality of the Ambrosio cogs is not super-great, so they have to be replaced each year or year-and-a-half or so in my case. So I started researching whether or not you can just take a Shimano set of cogs and use the Campy specific spacers to have a working set of gears. It turns out you can! I have an older Leader 722-RS frameset built up with Shimano 105 components. When I ordered a replacement cassette for that bike, I took off the old Ambrosio cassette on the Jackson frame and threaded these on with the Shimano spacers. The hubs are Ultegra, so no problem. The shifting was awful... but I noticed that at the top of the cluster (largest cogs) the shifting was good... this is important because these first three cogs are a welded together unit, so you can't tinker with the spacing. The derailleur had to be tweaked to allow more travel and the cable tension had to be adjusted, but the indexing was spot on at the top of the cluster. The middle cogs used four Shimano spacers and the shifting clearly didn't line up. Also the bottom of the cassette (smallest cogs) seemed out of joint, but nothing was that far off.Read more ›
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Size: 11-28T Verified Purchase
When you've finally accepted that you're life would be better with a 28t, you'll be spinning up hills like a lunatic (and loving it).

It could be just my current fitness level/set-up, but I find the spacing of the middle cogs a little weird, both on either side of the 'goldilocks' zone for 35ish km/h cruising.
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Size: 11-25T
Lovely cassette. Very easy to install after watching a you tube video and buying two simple tools. Took about 20 minutes. With a new chain and these new "crown jewels" the shifting is smooth as silk. No more skipping and ghost shifting.
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Size: 12/25T Verified Purchase
This cassette has made pedaling for me a lot easier and i am riding faster now. I would highly recommend this Shimano Cassette to anyone and the price is right. I went with the 12/25.
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Size: 12/27T Verified Purchase
I have been using Ultegra and more recently SRAM cassettes. Admittedly, I didn't look up the specs for the 105 cassette, so it shouldn't be a surprise that it felt somewhat heavy. I picked it over the SRAM 12/27 simply over price. In retrospect, I should have spent the extra money. The spacers are a lot thicker than both the SRAM spacers and Ultegra spacers. Granted the spacers are probably just one element that makes it feel a little bit heavier than other cassettes in my inventory. Oh, well... it's just a cassette for a training wheel, so I think it will be fine.
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Size: 12/27T Verified Purchase
Shimano effing up again. Offer more gearing ranges in upper models...and not very many people need an 11 tooth..this is the very reason many still haven't made the switch to 11 speed. On this particular item, noisy and doesn't shift nearly as well as Ultegra & Dura Ace.
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