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    ... and if we just ... The 17t MOSH cogs are here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aka brad
    Ten just arrived at my LBS. Email me with your address; first come first serve. $6.00@

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    Hey Brad, thanks again for the hook up on the one you had at 'Otter.
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    What exactly is a MOSH cog? And do they come in anything other than 17t?
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    Can I get..

    Quote Originally Posted by aka brad
    Ten just arrived at my LBS. Email me with your address; first come first serve. $6.00@

    1G1G, Brad
    can I get 2 of these cogs? singlespeedvern@yahoo.ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by aka brad
    Ten just arrived at my LBS. Email me with your address; first come first serve. $6.00@

    1G1G, Brad
    Are these similar to Shimano DX cogs, or do they have a wide base? If they're the latter, I'll take one - sdbullock AT comcast DOT net

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    We the people ... Similar to Novatec..

    Quote Originally Posted by wooglin
    What exactly is a MOSH cog? And do they come in anything other than 17t?
    MOSH is a BMX company owned by Giant. The cogs are Shimano compatible and come in sizes 14-18. They are narrow just like the Novatec/Shimano cogs but come in the 17 tooth. So if you want a 17 tooth and don't want to spend $30 for a King these are the ticket.

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    still have some? if so, i'll take one. reply here or e-mail @ fritztownpunk@mail.utexas.edu

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    Quote Originally Posted by aka brad
    MOSH is a BMX company owned by Giant. The cogs are Shimano compatible and come in sizes 14-18. They are narrow just like the Novatec/Shimano cogs but come in the 17 tooth. So if you want a 17 tooth and don't want to spend $30 for a King these are the ticket.

    1G1G, Brad
    Thanks. I was hoping for a 20t alternative. Oh well.
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    There is a pic of a 17t mosh in this thread. Check it out.
    Who's making 17 tooth cogs?...


    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    Are these similar to Shimano DX cogs, or do they have a wide base? If they're the latter, I'll take one - sdbullock AT comcast DOT net

    Thanks - S
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    crap, scratch me off the list. i have the 16t version of that and it's chewing up my freehub body. are King freehub bodies softer than others? i've never noticed this with the XT hub i ran on that particular bike.

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    King uses both steel and alloy for their cassette bodies. The SS version is always alloy. Yes it is much softer, and requires that you use a wide base cog. Otherwise your cassette body will get chewed up. The mosh cogs are not recommended for alloy cassette bodies. If you have alloy, I think the only choices you have are: King, Boone, or Spicer. All mucho $$$



    Quote Originally Posted by the Inbred
    crap, scratch me off the list. i have the 16t version of that and it's chewing up my freehub body. are King freehub bodies softer than others? i've never noticed this with the XT hub i ran on that particular bike.
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    crap. King never sent me a cog for my SS hubs, and i've recently switched another King wheel to SS usage. guess i need to call them up.

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