The OneUp adapter sprocket is compatible with most 10 speed mountain setups running an 11-36T or 12-36T cassettes
Shimano Deore (CS-HG62-10) and SRAM XX (XG-1099) are not currently compatible with the OneUp adapter Sprocket. In these cases the purchase of a compatible cassette will also be necessary.
Shimano SLX (CS-HG81-10) and SRAM X0 (XG-1080) require special instructions located here but can be used
Only cassettes listed above are compatible with the OneUp adapter sprocket
The OneUp 42T sprocket is compatible with most medium or long cage 10 speed mountain rear derailleurs. We are working to populate a complete list of preferred models. As with any cassette you need to check that your rear derailleur has enough capacity.
Rear derailleur capacity = (largest rear cog – smallest rear cog) + (largest front chainring – smallest front chain ring)
Here are two examples:
1. For someone running a 1X system with a 32T front chainring and an 11-42T rear cassette:
2. For someone running a 2X system with 40/28 front chainrings and an 11-42T rear cassette:
Medium cage deraileurs can typically handle 37T (Shimano) 39T (SRAM) and long cage rear derailleurs can handle 43T (Shimano) 45T (SRAM).
The OneUp 40T sprocket is compatible with the same rear derailleurs mentioned above. In addition, when used in a 1X system, the OneUp 40T sprocket is compatible with Zee FR and Saint (when set in FR mode) on bikes with 25mm or less suspension chain growth. To check the chain growth of your suspension ask the manufacturer or follow the steps below
- Measure the distance between the rear axle and crank axle.
- Deflate the rear shock and cycle the suspension to find and measure the spot in the travel where this distance is the longest
- The difference between these numbers is the chain growth of your suspension
The One Up Adapter Sprocket is compatible with any 10 speed mountain shifters and chains.
Absolutely! You’ll have the gears to power up the climbs that left you gasping, without giving up too much top end speed. We’d recommend you use a “narrow wide” chain ring for any 1x system for added awesomeness.
Yes, typically you’ll need a long cage rear derailleur to use this setup. You’ll want to double check that rear derailleur capacity. For a SRAM RD you can get away with a 14T difference in front rings (like a 28/42) and for Shimano you can manage a 12T jump (like a 28/40).
We don’t recommend using anything smalller than a 26T granny. With the extra torque you’re making we wouldn't want you to damage your freehub pawls.
No, but why would you want to? That 28/42 combo we mentioned above will cover the entire range of Shimano 24/32/42! I bet that just made your day.)