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    Is the Forte conversion kit to good to be true. How about Rockwerks on ebay??
    Is there a GOOD conversion kit out there??
    I'm new to SS so I want something that really works and won't be a pain the arse.

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    I guess there isn't.

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    I used the DMR it and haven't had any problems with it. The 16 tooth cog that came with it was a little steep for me so I used the 20 tooth out of my cassette.

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    Use a wide base cog , cut some spacers from 11/4" abs pipe , and the tensioner from price point is pretty decent . Narrow base cogs can damage your cassette hub , so its a good investment to get the wide base cog . If you buy spacers get the ones that are made up of a bunch of narrower spacers so you can adjust your chain line . You could also use a bunch of cassette spacers if you have them .

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