Thursday, July 23, 2009

Bolt on Cogs?

We've been seeing pretty nice sales of the VeloSolo cogs we brought in a couple months ago. We think they're great, you need far fewer tools to switch gearing, stripped threads are a thing of the past, and with a standard 6 bolt interface there are a ton of hubs available with just some small modifications. However, before we order a bunch of hubs and start modifying them we would like to know if there is some demand for it. So, I think I figured out how to put a poll on the blog, just let us know what you think. Feel free to leave a comment if you have any comments/suggestions.

p.s. If anyone is interested in the already modified XT pictured above just give us a call ($75 hub only).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Most front disc hubs locate the cog too far away from the flange, resulting in a dished wheel when the chainline is correct. But if you get a disc hub with a solid rotor mount, mill it down to locate the cog closer to the flange, then you can build a nice dishless wheel.

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