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for SRAM XX1-XØ1 11 speed 10/42 cassette Original 42teeth cog can be replaced with an ARI cog with same teeth you can put an ARI 42 teeth, an ARI 44 teeth or 46 teeth upgrade cog without any modification on your bike replacement is easy and fast (see videos attached) ARI 44 teeth and 46 teeth cogs expand the range of use in Monoring layout material used is hard anodized ERGAL 7075T6 all rage of colours is available in the  color chart    Weight of 42 teeth cog is 82 grams (like the original) Weight of 44 teeth cog is 90 grams Weight of 46 teeth cog is 111 grams
peso pignone originale XX1 42T ARI COG FOR SRAM XX1 AND X1 CASSETTE
ARI spare/upgrade cog for SRAM XX1 and XØ1 cassette
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MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS VIDEOS
XD driver body for Sram XX1 /  XØ1 cassette
Derailleur adjustment instruction with ARI cog on  XX1 / XØ1 cassette
Position of the washers
Hub Compatibily
Consigli regolazione lunghezza catena con monoring
Position of the washers (version with washers of two different thickness) ATTENTION!!! as indicated in photos on the side, pay attention in positioning the 0,5 thickness washer towards the wheel and the 1,5 washer towards the cassette   To invert the position of the washer can cause the breaking of the cog
Position of the washers (version with washers of same thickness) ATTENTION !!! as indicated in photos on the side, pay attention in positioning the washers thickness 0,5 one on the wheel side and the other on the cassette side   To place the two washers on the same side can cause the breaking of the cog
  On completion of the mounting of ARI cog for XX1 cassette, follow these simple instructions to adjust the derailleur   1) Place down one of the teeth of ARI cog perpendicular to the ground (do not choose a milled tooth) 2)  Place upward one of the teeth of the upper pulley of the derailleur always  perpendicular to the ground 3)  By turning the adjusting screw of the derailleur  (photo 1)  adjust the distance between  the teeth at an height between 10 and 12mm (photo 2)
N.B.  Screw L of the rear derailleur has to be generally  unscrewed of one-half turn, this allow the chain to shift up            efficiently on the cog added because the cassette is slightly more internal than it was originally  (photo 3)
Photo 1
Photo 2
Photo 3
Adjustment instructions of rear derailleur with larger cogs
Instructions for the correct adjustment of rear derailleur with larger cogs   In the distance adjustment of the rear derailleur from the teeth of the larger cog you have to take extra care that the inner cage of the derailleur itself, especially during descent, does not touch the gear tooth.  In the photo 1 it is shown the inner side of the cage marked by the tooth of the cog because the adjustment WAS NOT CORRECT  In the photo 2 it is highlighted interference between the internal cage of the front derailleur and the end of the teeth of the cog; also in this case the adjustment  WAS NOT CORRECT  N.B. ATTENTION, THE INTERFERENCE OF THE DERAILLEUR CAGE WITH THE TEETH OF THE COG CAN CAUSE THE BREAKING OF THE TEETH OF THE COG
Suggestions for length regulation of chain with monoring
Suggestions for the correct and efficient regulation of the chain lengh with monoring To avoid accidental falls of the chain with the use of  monoring  without guidechain it is necessary that the lenght of the chain itself is perfect. With the chain positioned on the largest rear cog, as is highlighted in the photo, the movement of the front derailleur should be approximately between 4 and 5 mm
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