as you wish, skeletor.
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also gear inches being equal, it is easier to skid if you are running a larger cog and a smaller chainring.
my rides are generally pretty flat (in eugene, oregon) and i am riding a 42/13 wild beast. if i changed up to a 15t cog, i think that my skids would come a lot more naturally. as they are now, its like braking an elephant and i have to ram the thing into a fishtail to stop adequately.
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