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    what do you guys use for the singlespeed cog on your flip flop hub?

    Do you use BMX cog or some hyped up cog for flip flop hub.

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    Only >16t BMX freewheels will work, 15t and under are metric threaded, which will not your flip flop hub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarLo View Post
    Do you use BMX cog or some hyped up cog for flip flop hub.
    http://www.velomine.com/index.php?ma...62gbors6sbrni7

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    i am new to the game so i will ask a side question.. you can set you your back wheel with 2 cog's right. so you can flip flop not to a free wheel but a higher or lower gearing. i have been doing some reading and i think thats what i have picked up...

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    I use this: http://www.amazon.com/Shimano-18-too...4142357&sr=1-4

    You can thread a freewheel onto a fixed side, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yobatts View Post
    i am new to the game so i will ask a side question.. you can set you your back wheel with 2 cog's right. so you can flip flop not to a free wheel but a higher or lower gearing. i have been doing some reading and i think thats what i have picked up...
    if its a fixed, fixed hub you can.

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