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    where to find 12t cogs

    does anyone know where to find a 12t rear cog for a mtb

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    Are you wanting it for singlespeed?

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    yup. but i need the proper one. not the one that comes off a cassette

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    chris king makes em in stainless pricey at $40, along with gussett which is probably the cheapest. if you dont have a single speed conversion kit yet or are willing to drop like $25 for a dope one, look at the gussett double six conversion. comes with 12t wide base cog and some pimp spacers.
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    hey thanks. i tried to order them but they only ship to the US. is there anyother way to find them in canada

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    Talk to your lbs, they should be able to have them.

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    Pricepoint should ship it to Canada.
    Here is the full kit:http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/152...m?zmam=3075515

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    Surly. Theirs are stainless as well.

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    ok now my second question would be. is this a deeper cog than say one of a cassette?

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    My LBS has them for about $8. Nice beefy ones.

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    i actaully really like the chris king cog but i need to know if it will support my chain that im using. like is the chris king cog have a deeper profile than a normal cassette? please help

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    Novatech makes a cheap/single speed specific one. Any bike shop should be able to get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by localcuztomkona
    ok now my second question would be. is this a deeper cog than say one of a cassette?
    yes, thats the only differnce. cassette cogs are designed to move from one to the next easily and quickly. so the teeth are shorter, they're slightly thinner, and cassette cogs typically have ramping on them. single speed cogs work so much better as far as engagment goes.

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    well i think i may buy the chris king conversion from pricepoint. heres the link. will this single speed be worth paying for? http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/152...m?zmam=3075515

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