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    SPOT titanium cogs...opinions?

    I'm having troubles finding chris kings in stock, dont want to get my boone until i know which size i'm going to want but ran across SPOTs ti cog that is in stock...

    anyone have any experience with it????

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    I believe...

    ...that it may be on the narrow side.....possibly too narrow for alu cog carriers.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Spookykinkajou
    I'm having troubles finding chris kings in stock, dont want to get my boone until i know which size i'm going to want but ran across SPOTs ti cog that is in stock...

    anyone have any experience with it????
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    They are cut from flat plate

    The cog is a single thickness (no wide base)
    I wouldn't run one on an alum. body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endomaniac
    The cog is a single thickness (no wide base)
    I wouldn't run one on an alum. body.
    ok thanks that eliminates that option!

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    I have a couple of King Kog's for sale (16T & 19T) since selling my wheels

    PM if interested, cheers.

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