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    Surly cassette cogs

    Cromo, Shimano spline, no ramps, wide base, 13-22t. The base allows them to be stacked for multi speed setups (9-speed spacing).
    Not on their web site yet but in the '05 catalog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Cromo, Shimano spline, no ramps, wide base, 13-22t. The base allows them to be stacked for multi speed setups (9-speed spacing).
    Not on their web site yet but in the '05 catalog.
    Is Surly making these instead of the track cogs? I've heard the track cogs are no longer available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Cromo, Shimano spline, no ramps, wide base, 13-22t. The base allows them to be stacked for multi speed setups (9-speed spacing).
    Not on their web site yet but in the '05 catalog.
    who/where can we order these from...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biss-ness
    who/where can we order these from...?
    any dealer who has an account w/ qbp, surly's parent company.

    here's an email from grayboy re: surly cogs

    10/11/04- "I rejected the first batch of cogs...500 pieces....that hurt. The tooth
    chamfer wasn't right. Unfortunately, that means delivery won't be for
    another month or so. Sorry."



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn Mike
    Is Surly making these instead of the track cogs? I've heard the track cogs are no longer available.
    Still doing the track cogs. "New & Improved!" with a slightly wider footprint (more threads).
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Cromo, Shimano spline, no ramps, wide base, 13-22t. The base allows them to be stacked for multi speed setups (9-speed spacing).
    Not on their web site yet but in the '05 catalog.
    Good news! Any idea on pricing ?

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    stacked for multispeed setups....does that mean i could throw 3 on, and with a derailleur, have a 3-speed hub? (they're ramped, or something?) or does it just mean, i could run 3 different ratios on the same hub, w/o changing the cogs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Inbred
    stacked for multispeed setups....does that mean i could throw 3 on, and with a derailleur, have a 3-speed hub? (they're ramped, or something?) or does it just mean, i could run 3 different ratios on the same hub, w/o changing the cogs?
    Yes, you can have a 3-speed (or 2, 4, 5, whatever) with a derailluer. Or just have multiple cogs. The cogs are not ramped. Ramps are not needed for shifting.
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    ohhhhhhhh.......that is beaaaaaaaaaauuuuuuutiful. assuming they don't cost an arm and a leg.

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    Wow!

    That is very cool. Way to go Surly!

    Any ideas on pricing? Not that I care. I will be buying a 22t as soon as they come out, so I can replace the 22t Sturmey-Archer cog I'm using now on my 29"er. The S-A limits me to 1/8" chains and is starting to dig into my freehub.

    Also, are they coming in every size from 13-22t? So nutcases like me who want to run weird gears can buy a 21?

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    Nutcase indeed

    I want a 14t and a 22t.

    The 22t will be great for off-road Oregon winter slop riding and the 14t will give my townie cruiser a ~67" gear when I combine it with a 36t chainring. Beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlowBoy
    That is very cool. Way to go Surly!

    Any ideas on pricing? Not that I care. I will be buying a 22t as soon as they come out, so I can replace the 22t Sturmey-Archer cog I'm using now on my 29"er. The S-A limits me to 1/8" chains and is starting to dig into my freehub.

    Also, are they coming in every size from 13-22t? So nutcases like me who want to run weird gears can buy a 21?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Ramps are not needed for shifting.
    You're not kidding. I honestly can't tell a difference from my 8- or 9-speed cassette shifting and the old 5-speed freewheel that used to be on my old bike. The only good thing ramps are for is cutting down on the material thickness and causing some teeth to wear down quicker.


    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbykr©™
    any dealer who has an account w/ qbp, surly's parent company.

    here's an email from grayboy re: surly cogs

    10/11/04- "I rejected the first batch of cogs...500 pieces....that hurt. The tooth
    chamfer wasn't right. Unfortunately, that means delivery won't be for
    another month or so. Sorry."
    Hm, I'll take a few!

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    Hummmm

    Now surly just has to make there fixer kit take thease cogs instead of regular thread on cogs. That would sure make a nice quick change for us fixed guys.

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    look for Surly to update their blog soon with info about the cogs.

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