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I spotted a pic within the last few weeks but can no longer find it. Anyone know who makes that 6bolt disc mount fixed gear cog?
 

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i have been looking for the same. email marshall at endless bike co., he has a 16t left. a proto that he is willing to sell cheap.

i am personally look for something in 18t. i may try to drill a 18t shimano dx cog or something.

two issues that i am not sure of;
is the disc mount on a hub tough enough to handle a fixie cog?
and, chainline? will a cog mounted to a disc mount rear hub have a 50mm or so chainline?

i will report back later if i do try to drill on out of a dx cog. i think it may be the easiest way for me to try fixed in the dirt.
 

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kinda what i am lookin for. but, these have 3 bolts and 3 knuckles. really cool stuff though. i may look into this for a dual duty rear wheel using a mavic open pro rim (swap from my 29er to my cx bike).

way off topic, but man...check out this parlee fixie on the site
<img src=https://www.fixedgeargallery.com/2005/july/SethDavis-2.jpg>
 

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Kam said:
kinda what i am lookin for. but, these have 3 bolts and 3 knuckles. really cool stuff though. i may look into this for a dual duty rear wheel using a mavic open pro rim (swap from my 29er to my cx bike).

way off topic, but man...check out this parlee fixie on the site
<img src=https://www.fixedgeargallery.com/2005/july/SethDavis-2.jpg>
I saw it at Interbike, It was very nice.
 

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brewdog said:
I spotted a pic within the last few weeks but can no longer find it. Anyone know who makes that 6bolt disc mount fixed gear cog?
If six bolt, most likely Boone. As far as chainline goes, they worked fine on my Ute, Monkey, and Mute attached both to a King and a Nashbar SS hub.
 

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I'm thinking it must have been an endless. What I saw was no where near as machined as that Boone.

As far as the hub being durable enough, I'm thinking that the forces from a disc would be more than a person could apply via legs.
 

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Endless here

Posted this over on the SS forum. The cog is an Endless 16 tooth. The other side was converted to fixed using a Surly Fixer.
Lines up quite nicely.
I also carry the cog on long endurance races as a back-up in case my freehub fails.
 

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teamdicky said:
Posted this over on the SS forum. The cog is an Endless 16 tooth. The other side was converted to fixed using a Surly Fixer.
Lines up quite nicely.
I also carry the cog on long endurance races as a back-up in case my freehub fails.
That's it! Thanks.
 
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