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    Changing cogs. Tools needed?

    I have a Monocog 29er (2010). Do I need a special tool to remove the rear cog? Any ideas where to get one? Thanks in advance

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    Channel locks and a chain whip.

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    Channel locks? I just use a chain whip and a lock ring tool. I'd just go to your local bike shop. I've found prices are about the same on tools vs. shopping on the net.

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    None of the bike shops in my area knew what a lockring tool was when I asked them. I gave up and used what I had.

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    Bike shops not knowing what a lockring tool is?....eek...I'd look at moving before I looked at anything else!

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    For anyone curious, I'm pretty sure that's the Park HCW-5 Crank and Bottom Bracket Wrench and the Park SR-1 Sprocket Remover/Chain Whip.
    Redline Monocog 29er - learning the joy of SS one hill at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitzikatzi
    Is that the one you ended up buying/using?

    How'd it go?

    I've got a spare cog/chain for winter road riding, but have yet to put it on (lazy about getting the tools, then before I knew it spring had arrived, and I actually did some winter riding - fun but cooooooold).
    Redline Monocog 29er - learning the joy of SS one hill at a time

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