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    Chris King Cogs

    Can these only be used on CK hubs or has anyone used on a regular hub?
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    Hi

    I'm using an 18T CK cog on some CK Disc hubs at the moment, but prior to that on Hope Bulbs without any problems...

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    They fit on a shimano cassette body. Prior to the SS incarnation it used to hold an XT cassette.. now a King cog.
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    I'm planning on buying one, so I wrote Chris King myself, and they said that they are compatable with Shimano free hubs. So that would make them "pretty much" universal, of course there will be exceptions but ya. There ya go
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    Sweet.......I ordered a 15 and 17 tooth Surly from Speedgoat. When I picked them up, they gave me two 15 tooth. I pointed out the mistake, but they didn't have any more Surly in stock, so they gave me the CK instead for the same price. $20 versus $42. Nice one Speedgoat!
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    You might also check out Endless cogs (see www.speedgoat.com). They make a nice aluminum cog for less than a CK. Same nice wide base to prevent gouging of the fh body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endure26
    You might also check out Endless cogs (see www.speedgoat.com). They make a nice aluminum cog for less than a CK. Same nice wide base to prevent gouging of the fh body.
    How do they hold-up? I thought about them, but just thought the steel would last longer than the Aluminum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by endure26
    You might also check out Endless cogs (see www.speedgoat.com). They make a nice aluminum cog for less than a CK. Same nice wide base to prevent gouging of the fh body.
    I am running an endless bike Kick-Ass-Cog right now, along with endless bike's Fibonacci Spacer Kit. They are both really high quality. Zero problems so far.
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    I'm running an 18T Endless on the Sir9. I've only got about 20-hours on it, but there's no sign of wear. Not as pretty as a Boone or CK, but nice and light.

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