Are you running a 3/32" or 1/8" drivetrain with you std mtb cassette rear hub converted to single speed?
If 3/32", whose sprockets turn you crank?
I was planning to run a 28T Black Market Revolver Lite, but the 28T are sold out until May. There just don't seem to be many other options out there for 3/32" sprockets. Thinking of switching to 1/8" to open the door on a lot more options.
If 1/8", what cassette cogs turn you crank?
Surley and Endless Bike have a lot of 3/32" cogs available for ss converted cassettes, but there don't seem to be too many options out ther for 1/8" cogs for converted mtb cassette rear hubs.
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