Look for a Shimano DX cog, should be available anywhere BMX kit is sold and it works fine on any standard freewheel.RichyX said:My new GT Peace arrived this morning.
As expected the 18t cog isn't well suited to my riding.
Are there many sites in the UK/Ireland selling 15/16t cogs?
The only site I've found is On-One, who do them for £15.75 exc. shipping.
Ask for a BMX cog instead, chances are you'll find one in stock.Velobike said:I like the On-One cogs. I have them on several bikes. They do the job and seem bulletproof.
The nice thing is you get them within a couple of days instead of waiting for them to eventually come through the distribution system. Try getting a SS cog over the counter in most UK towns.
BTW they are also well priced.
You mean higher than 32x16 for town riding?perttime said:I found 32x18 to 32x16 to be a very noticable step. For riding around town (no forest trails), a higher gearing would be better.
Depending on how you keep your chain tensioned, you may need a half link for the chain to account for the total number of teeth vs. chain length.