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    Boyeeee
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    Gusset 1-ER and King Cog

    Will the Gusset 1-ER work with a King Cog?

    I noticed that the King Cog is a little thicker than the cogs that come with the Gusset and was wondering if there would be any issues using the two together.

    Everything's going on a Shimano LX cassette if that matters.

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail.htm...8&hprice=19.98

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCBlur
    Will the Gusset 1-ER work with a King Cog?

    I noticed that the King Cog is a little thicker than the cogs that come with the Gusset and was wondering if there would be any issues using the two together.

    Everything's going on a Shimano LX cassette if that matters.

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail.htm...8&hprice=19.98

    Thanks.
    Not without some filing of the spacers.

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    Boyeeee
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    Quote Originally Posted by mabaGAL
    Not without some filing of the spacers.
    Any recomendations on a clean looking spacer kit?

    I guess I could always buy two Gusset 1-Er kits, run both small spacers and a spacer from another kit (maybe a standard cassette spacer?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCBlur
    Any recomendations on a clean looking spacer kit?

    I guess I could always buy two Gusset 1-Er kits, run both small spacers and a spacer from another kit (maybe a standard cassette spacer?).
    Just buy some standard aluminum cassette spacers... or you can buy nice Ti ones from Boone.

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    It will work but...

    it will work but you need to file away part of the inside of the spacers to clear the wide base on the king cog. I did it with mine, and on the inside it doesn't look pretty, but when it's installed, it looks great, because you can't see the file marks. good luck.

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    I doubt you'd get much cleaner than going with the PVC pipe idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCBlur
    Any recomendations on a clean looking spacer kit?
    Check out Spot Brand spacer kit with a Kog.......... Love mine.

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    That's what I ended up doing. I'll see how everything comes together when all my parts come in.

    Quote Originally Posted by kustomz
    Check out Spot Brand spacer kit with a Kog.......... Love mine.

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