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Discussion in 'Observed Trials Discussion' started by cogmog, Sep 18, 2004.
Yep, all sizes in case anyone needs em. Ordered one fer myself today.
order me a 18T in steel and ill give you some of my posts
oops, 16T. my bad
everyone knows full size cassetes from your mtb bike are the new hotness...
along with mtb bars and stuff :hsugh:
Is single cog worth the extra $50? I mean isn't it cheaper to just get the king hub for $250 & get a ring & spacers?
If you want to be a baller the king cogs are MINT.
I'm running a deore 9 speed cassette :hsugh:
There 22 bucks. I have to admit though the look of them is probably the major reason for getting one, that and the fact you can dial in your chain line.
Watch out if you try to go SS with one of those and get a gusset SS kit. The lockring won't screw in cause of the King base, so I was only able to use the fat washer, then for the outside (lockring side) I had to use the little white spacers from a Cassette....so it only looks half as generic. It's all good though, cause the fat spacer is the important one cause it's the one that lines up your chain to the "5th cog", aka, the straightest line....atleast, that's what the paper with it says, LOL.
I never new anyone bought those spacer kits. Just use the tiny ones from any smashed apart cassette.