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    Hey everyone. Just picked up a One 9 rdo with a sram X1 kit on it. At some point very soon I want to convert her over to SS. I don't have a dedicated 29" SS wheel and was looking at a spacer/cog kit. I'm probably gonna pony up for a wolf tooth cog but I was wondering if there a particular spacer kit I should be looking at that's good for this bike or all they all kinda standard. Thx.

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    Get a spacer kit that has lots of different width spacers so you can dial in the chainline. The one from Wheels Manufacturing is good and inexpensive too. Or if you can find it in stock, VeloSolo makes anodized spacers in multiple colors...

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    surley make a great spacer kit, and their cogs are good also.

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    I'm using a DMR spacer kit that my wheelset's previous owner used and so far, it's working great.

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    You kinda have to have 1 1/4" PVC pipe in your tool box. Use it for setting your crown race, cramming fork seals in and... you guessed it. If you want to spend money, well then get the Fibonacci sequence spacer set from endless bike. Makes sense if you think about it. But you have to think really hard.

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    Cool, thanks for the tips.

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    I would get the spacer kit AND cog from Endless Bike Co.
    Shanna is the best at what she does!

    I have 2x Fibonacci kits and 6-8 of her cogs to have 2 bikes set up for Solo 24's on SS.
    Perfect chainline on ANY bike

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    Always been happy with the Surly kit. Their cogs too. I use a small magnetic laser to set the chainline by placing it on top of the rear cog with the chain installed and ensuring the chainline is straight to the chainring. Works for me.

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    Love my Endless Bikes Spacer Kit, and it comes in all kinds of fancy colors

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    +2. Endless is run by a top notch gal, and her stuff is quality. I just put teal blue kit and cog to match my I9's. Looks and rides well.
    -rides bikes for fun.

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    +3 for Endless kit. If you keep SSing, you'll need every little size at some point.

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