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    Boone Ti Cogs

    ok- for those of you who have them:

    how many spacers did you get?
    what hub are you running them on?

    I was told by Brett @ boone that for a standard geared casette, I'll need 25-30mm of spacers, and 5mm of spacers for a King SS hub, with the base of the boone cog being 8mm. the nice part is that the ti spacers are only 2 bucks a pop, but that can add up quickly.

    so, If I go all out and get enough chi-chi wicked bling ti spacers for the XT hub, what should I do? I know that I need a 2 and a 3 so that I can also run it on the King SS hub, but just get 4 or 5 5mm spacers as well?

    sorry- im just thinking here.

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    spacers

    when I ordered the cog, I told Brett that I was using a King cassette hub (not SS). He spec'd the right amout of spacers for the cog. Are the spacers ti or aluminum? I guess I thought they were alu.

    HW



    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    ok- for those of you who have them:

    how many spacers did you get?
    what hub are you running them on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    when I ordered the cog, I told Brett that I was using a King cassette hub (not SS). He spec'd the right amout of spacers for the cog. Are the spacers ti or aluminum? I guess I thought they were alu.

    HW

    the spacers are ti, and have the splined pattern that the casette has.

    thanks for the info, jeff. i figured i'd get a replay before 50 some odd views

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    New question here. any links to the cogs? (nm)

    nada mucho
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    Quote Originally Posted by veelz
    nada mucho

    http://www.booneti.com/cr/cr.html

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    I have 4 8 speed spacers on the right, and about the same on the left. Should measure the body for the exact distances.

    Currently they are on a DT 240 hub..


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    beautiful pic. thanks.

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    well I just put a 16T boone cog with 5 5mm spacers and needed one 3 mm ordinairy spacer on a CK rear cassette body....... nice work!

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    Just talked to Brett @Boone

    Brett is going to machine a single 5mm spacer to go on my King....instead of a 2 and a 3.
    He also said we would look at chainrings for pre-03 XTR cranks.

    shiftless
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