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    Kick Ass cog photos

    As a service to my fellow SS board members, here are some snaps of my freshly minted 23t cog from Marshall.

    Thanks Endless. My first impression is it looks good and a quality product. This cog won't see much service here but will see the occasional mountain trip to Pisgah.



    I didn't measure it, but it appears thicker than a King Cog.




    CK 19t alu, CK 20t steel, KA 23t alu



    thanks for the stickers too.
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    Man, you line drawing t-shirt logos are so Archers of Loaf. Good luck w/ the biz.
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    now that's perdy. may we inquire about the cost?

    thanks for the alternative to king, boone, surly, etc, etc, etc.....

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    different pictures

    Just wanted to add some boone beauty...
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    I like the smooth flair into the wide base. Very stylish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoovegan
    Man, you line drawing t-shirt logos are so Archers of Loaf. Good luck w/ the biz.
    Hyland
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    That's so funny to hear you say that! I stole away the bassist's hotty girlfreind last spring wearing one of those t-shirts.

    Thank's for the pics, striker!
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    That's definately a "reserved" look compared to the Boone. I wonder what the weight difference is?

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    Boone is a work of art

    Indeed
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    damn, you beat me to it.

    got mine today, as well. looks good, and will likely get used this weekend.

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    sorry, pacman, i was referring to the Endless cog...


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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    Indeed
    Dang what size is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    Indeed
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you mounted a chainring on your hub.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideways
    That's so funny to hear you say that! I stole away the bassist's hotty girlfreind last spring wearing one of those t-shirts.

    Thank's for the pics, striker!
    You stole Matt's lady? I'd be scared to do that, he's a muscular man. He's touring w/ Crooked Fingers this spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoovegan
    You stole Matt's lady? I'd be scared to do that, he's a muscular man. He's touring w/ Crooked Fingers this spring.
    He is a big dude, but we were freinds at the time.
    From my experiance with her, I did him a favor.
    Breaking up with her last month has given me the time to direct energy towards Endless again, especially with the Kick Ass Cog project finally making it to market.
    SO this side discussion isn't too off topic....I guess.

    Oh! Thanks for the pic Dustin, great lighting!
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    It was a real tight fit but I forced it on.

    You're half right. It's a cut from a spiderless chainring pattern but with a hub spline instead of an XTR spline. Thanks, Brett.
    Now if only the rain would stop ...
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    Nice product Marshall. I hope to see more stuff from Endless.

    -rob in NY

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    width compared to King:



    https://www.pbase.com/inbred/image/40109218

    this think fits the freehub body like a skinsuit. there was a little fore/aft play with the King cog, but the Endless is nice and snug. i don't know if that means anything to y'all. i kinda dig it.

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    So - are King aluminum cogs really 7075-T6 also?

    I know the 7075 *chainrings* that I've used last a long time... but I've only used freewheels and DX cogs.

    What I find weird is that Ti cogs supposedly last longer than steel ones... that makes me think there is definitely room for improvement in the steel alloys used in cogs to date.

    -rob

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    And that boone has how many teeth!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Dang what size is that?
    That was a 32 tooth.
    -Brett

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