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    Brett, here's your 52T on a bike

    I was holding it for backup, but why not try it. It's mounted with the 32T cog I used at the Fargo Street climb, so this gearing is a usable 52x32.

    Now if could just get some more cogs or ...
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    Shewt!!

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    Good Lord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    I was holding it for backup, but why not try it. It's mounted with the 32T cog I used at the Fargo Street climb, so this gearing is a usable 52x32.

    Now if could just get some more cogs or ...
    That's cool.
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    What brand chainring and cog are those? I'm looking for a similar setup to run on my NINER (maybe not as extreme). Reason being is I want to run my XTR M960 crankset with the large chainring for both a singlespeed rear hub and my Speedhub. This should allow me to have one ring for both hubs while just adjusting the EBB for the chain tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by latte hardtail
    What brand chainring and cog are those? I'm looking for a similar setup to run on my NINER (maybe not as extreme). Reason being is I want to run my XTR M960 crankset with the large chainring for both a singlespeed rear hub and my Speedhub. This should allow me to have one ring for both hubs while just adjusting the EBB for the chain tension.
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    Not much room for clearance, but that is so AWESOME on so many levels!!

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    now you are REALLY starting to scare me Doug...

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    Doug, that rocks!!

    I think you should starting tossing some of your leftover cogs my way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    I was holding it for backup, but why not try it. It's mounted with the 32T cog I used at the Fargo Street climb, so this gearing is a usable 52x32.

    Now if could just get some more cogs or ...

    Didja hafta add extra links to the chain???

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    it fits

    Quote Originally Posted by roadiegonebad
    Didja hafta add extra links to the chain???
    No, it's a PC-7X out of the box, only need 110 links out of 114.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    I was wondering if Boone also made the cool spacer set I have seen on a few bikes on this board? I can use these cogs to convert an 8 speed XT hub to SS. Right?
    Last edited by evidence120; 08-08-2005 at 08:11 AM.

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    $$$$$

    Please give me some of your extra money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    No, it's a PC-7X out of the box, only need 110 links out of 114.

    here's a WTFbike idea.... get a bigger solid cog, and use it as the brake rotor... WTF???

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    hey foshizzle can I get a lifesize pic or your avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadiegonebad
    here's a WTFbike idea.... get a bigger solid cog, and use it as the brake rotor... WTF???
    They have that for motorcycles.
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    Good job! Good efficiency

    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    I was holding it for backup, but why not try it. It's mounted with the 32T cog I used at the Fargo Street climb, so this gearing is a usable 52x32.

    Now if could just get some more cogs or ...
    That looks like an uphill bike. I bet you don't waste much power to friction of the transmission.

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    finny, I just put a 25:14 set up on my bike, going in opposite directions are we?
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