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    J and B cog?

    Called a lbs and they said they only have these in stock for the size I want. Opinions?

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    J&B tends to make good stuff that doesn't cost a whole lot.
    i'd go for it

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    J&B stocks 3 cogs... one is dure-ace, the second is a super ****ty stamped steel one, the third is a nice quality machined steel one. Better than older soma cogs. I have one on my beater and it went on well, runs quiet, and seems to be holding up.

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    I have a jb welded cog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epschoenly View Post
    I have a jb welded cog.
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