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mosh wood Digital 2 BMX Sprocket

hey, I was flippin through the january issue of "ridebmx" and I saw this wood-grain-coated Mosh Digital 2 Sprocket. I thought it would look pretty sweet behind my clear e.13 bashguard. I just wanted to know if this bmx sprocket would fit on my truvativ hussefelt cranks on my bike. I only run single ring up front. it's at www.sofreestyle.com
 

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It looks like there's 4 mounting holes that would work, although I don't know if they're the right spacing or even for that. They might just be part of the design or places to mount the chainring directly via one bolt since a lot of bmx chainrings/cranks have the spider built into the chainring instead of on the cranks like on mountain bike cranks. I'd say you probably could, just give them a call to confirm though.
 

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cummings said:
hey, I was flippin through the january issue of "ridebmx" and I saw this wood-grain-coated Mosh Digital 2 Sprocket. I thought it would look pretty sweet behind my clear e.13 bashguard. I just wanted to know if this bmx sprocket would fit on my truvativ hussefelt cranks on my bike. I only run single ring up front. it's at www.sofreestyle.com
No it won't fit. That sprocket is designed for tubular cro-mo cranks. I'm running it with Mosh cranks on my STP.

Everyone like's that wood grain stuff...
 

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Roaming Oregon said:
No it won't fit. That sprocket is designed for tubular cro-mo cranks. I'm running it with Mosh cranks on my STP.

Everyone like's that wood grain stuff...
My bad. Thanks for clearing it up. :)
 

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I saw a 25 or 28t woodgrain chainwheel at the LBS. Pretty cool looking and realistic.
 

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shiggy said:
I saw a 25 or 28t woodgrain chainwheel at the LBS. Pretty cool looking and realistic.
does anyone know of a brand or where to buy a woodgrain front sprocket?
 

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Roaming Oregon said:
Mosh is the only brand with the wood grain sprocket. They were limited production only.

I know that the following stores did get them...

Danscomp
GoodsBMX
they're pretty cool. you could always use it as a reason to get some profile cranks. ;)
 

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that does look pretty realiistic. i looked at the bashguard.ring, and i said to myself why would they make it out of wood.......then i hitmyself in the head
 
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