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    They're On One cogs. They've been around for a couple of years (here in Europe, at least). Haven't tried them, though.

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    New steel cogs 13-22t

    Wide base steel cogs from Titus.

    I have not tried these, just got wind of them today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orkje View Post
    They're On One cogs. They've been around for a couple of years (here in Europe, at least). Haven't tried them, though.
    Yup, On-One cogs. We just received a supply off them in Portland (our new Planet X USA/On-One/Titus US operation).
    We have stainless chainrings, too (32/33/24t-104).
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    But are they all in stock? The cart doesn't say either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azbeerguy View Post
    But are they all in stock? The cart doesn't say either way.
    Yes, they are ALL in stock. I personally counted them and put them on the shelf.
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    I'd be interested in a 33T chainring....are those up online as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    I'd be interested in a 33T chainring....are those up online as well?
    Titus Bikes — On-One Stainless Chainring

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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post

    Muchos Gracias Sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    I'd be interested in a 33T chainring....are those up online as well?
    These rings are beefy, too. Same dimensions and look as an aluminum ring. Not likely to bend it.
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    $30 shipping a cog to canada?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek View Post
    $30 shipping a cog to canada?
    Should not be that much. Send us an email to [email protected] with your address and we can confirm other less expensive options.

    or call 650.284.5563
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    Quote Originally Posted by azbeerguy View Post
    But are they all in stock? The cart doesn't say either way.
    Cog pics.

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    ~4mm base w/9-sp spacing, can be stacked for multi-gear setup.
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    Ordered 2 cogs on Wednesday of last week. Pretty cool that I got them on Friday - especially since I'm all the way on the east coast! Thanks Shiggy!

    Haven't installed yet (on week 4 for a chainring from Homebrewed - any day now....), but these look to be the least expensive "good" cogs you can buy. $19 each, and they have all of the basic features ss-ers are looking for. Much better then the $10 stamped Dimension cogs - but not as nice as the next-step-up $30-40 Surly.

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