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Old 04-16-11, 08:00 PM   #1
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Quick question => reynolds sdv66 cog and lockring compatibility

I just unpacked my pair of reynolds sdv66 that arrived today. No cog or lockring. This is my first carbon track/ reynolds wheelset. Owning 3 rear phil hubs, I'm inclined to ask whether there are any cog/ lockring combinations I can't use before I even touch the hubs? The tags on the hubs that came with them are useless as far as it goes from not advertising how awesome these wheels are! >.<

I currently have DA, sugino, philwood lockrings and DA, soma, EAI, phil cogs.
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Well, the standard is Dura Ace cogs and lockrings. I have a EAI cog that works with my Dura Ace and Zipp hubs. EAI and Soma are identical. So those should be fine.

I would use:
- Dura Ace, EAI, & Soma cogs
- Dura Ace lockring

I'm not sure about Phil and Sugino lockrings.
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how much did you get them for and from where? i'm in the market for the same ones.
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prolly that ebay deal
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Well, the standard is Dura Ace cogs and lockrings. I have a EAI cog that works with my Dura Ace and Zipp hubs. EAI and Soma are identical. So those should be fine.

I would use:
- Dura Ace, EAI, & Soma cogs
- Dura Ace lockring

I'm not sure about Phil and Sugino lockrings.
Perfect, thanks!

As for ebay, I bought them from a friend who got them off a shop who had them as deadstock. He didn't make a profit off of me either, $800.

Anybody know about campy compatibility?
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He must have made some profit as I got mine shipped for $200 less than that.
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He must have made some profit as I got mine shipped for $200 less than that.
I knew him too long for him to do that.
Nope, he mailed the invoice with it from the shop, I paid $3.45 less then he did. And I included 2 day shipping which took a brunt even when he used a commercial account discount in the $800.

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I've got a set of them, I use Miche cogs with the carrier on them.
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I recently got a set from eBay for $565 shipped. I've used both a DA and Phil lockring on them and they both worked just fine.
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I recently got a set from eBay for $565 shipped. I've used both a DA and Phil lockring on them and they both worked just fine.
good price!
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Standard cog and lockring for sure.

Phil lock rings are a no as they are campy threaded.
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