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Track Cogs - Where From ?

Gav2000Gav2000 Posts: 408
edited September 2007 in Road general
Question 1 - I have a Specialized Langster, I believe it has a 3/32" chain. Can someone confirm this to me as I don't want to buy the wrong cog?

Question 2 - Where can I buy reasonably priced track cogs from with 17 or 18 teeth? There seem to be a few places selling Surly cogs but £18 seems a lot to me, can I get another make for less?

Cheers,

Gavin.
Gav2000

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  • buddhabuddha Posts: 1,088
    17t sprocket, £5.99 + £2.50 delivery from SJS Cycles
    And they last for ages ...
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  • protoproto Posts: 1,477
    Try www.dotbike.com They stock track cogs in both 3/32 and 1/8.

    http://www.dotbike.com/ProductsP1436.aspx
  • Gav2000Gav2000 Posts: 408
    buddha wrote:
    17t sprocket, £5.99 + £2.50 delivery from SJS Cycles
    And they last for ages ...

    Thanks, I ordered one last night.

    Gav.
    Gav2000

    Like a streak of lightnin' flashin' cross the sky,
    Like the swiftest arrow whizzin' from a bow,
    Like a mighty cannonball he seems to fly.
    You'll hear about him ever'where you go.
  • Planet X do alloy and steel cogs, in 1/8 and 3/32 (from memory?)
    If you're as fat as me, all bikes are bendy.
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