- Decent quality SS cogs
So, I'm getting tired of killing those cheaper pressed steel SS cassette cogs, a bit of gritty weather and a steep hill and the teeth are history – who makes good quality SS cogs?
The two I've seen on the market are the On-One Groove Armada ones, and the Surly ones. Which would people recommend, and are their any other options out there?Posted 8 years ago
I run a 33t on the front (odd size I know, but that's what the truvativ SS chainset came with) I have been running 18t on the back, and have tried 16, 18 and 20t on the back – all of which seem to leave a really slack chain to take up with the chain device. It's an old Sunn frame, and I think that an odd toothed back ring is (hopefully!) going to give a better chain length. So think I'll plump for a 19t.Posted 8 years ago
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