Best Answer:The 'Replacement Wheel' comes WITHOUT a Cassette,( it will take a 9-speed) It's easier to just buy another cassette and put it on the wheel.. It will probably cost another 30-50 at a Local Bike shop to have the work done: OR Get yourself the tools and buy the parts (cassettes) and do it !
Best Answer:In respect to putting a '10-speed' cassette on the wheel; Probably (most likely) NOT. Cassette specific hubs are usually made to a 'maximum capacity, as sold'. That is: the wheel is sold 'on the bike', it is equipped with a '9-speed', so it's unlikely it could have the room for a '10-speed'. I have not tried to add a '10-speed' cassette to any of my bikes yet, as i don't feel any need to try.