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Chris King Stainless Steel Cog


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    King of the single speed

    If you want something tough and good-looking for your single-speeder, then look no further than Chris King’s Stainless Steel Cog. This single splined cog is heat-treated and bead blasted for incredible strength, durability, and style. The Stainless Steel Cog is designed for use with single-speed cassette hubs and is available in sizes ranging from 17-20 teeth.

    • For use with single-speed cassette hubs
    • Heat-treated and bead blasted stainless steel
    • Available in sizes that range from 17-20 teeth
    • Item #CKG0055

    Tech Specs

    Cog Sizes
    17 - 20 t
    Cog Material
    stainless steel
    Claimed Weight
    30 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    This thing is awesome

      This is such a beautiful part. I'm throwing it on a Santa Cruz Jackal with a surly spacer kit. This is probably the part that I'm most excited for on the whole bike. The plan is to run a 36/16 gear ratio.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I own six of these cogs ranging from 15T-20T. I use 38T/16T gearing 80% of the time racing single speed cyclocross here in Utah. My wheels are Hed Belgium Plus with Chris King 11 speed hubs. I have the Surly spacer kit and tugnut held together tightly with a steel DT Swiss RWS quick release. The cogs are very easy to switch out if you have these two tools:

      Crombie Tool

      Chain Whip

      Since you are moving the wheel back and forth each time you change gears you also have to adjust your rear brake accordingly.