Old 02-06-12, 12:25 PM
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If they were way older twist tooth cogs, maybe they would work flipped,
double the wear life, never owned any of those so its a guess..
they had symmetrical splines Way back then,
the cog on 3 speeds, if flat, can be flipped, Dished cog would change the chain line .

Rohloff designed their 1 cog to be flipped over.

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