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Where can I find French Threaded Track Cogs

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Old 08-13-06, 03:20 PM
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Where can I find French Threaded Track Cogs

I recently purchased a Zeus track bike and I need to change the gear ratio. I am trying to find a 19t or 20t cag for a zeus hub that is french threaded and haven't been able to find anything. Any help finding one would be appreciated.
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I couldn't find anything with a quick search, but perhaps you could try some french online stores.
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I'm pretty sure only the lockring is French threaded, but I could be wrong...
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i have no trouble putting an eai cog on a zeus hub
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when was your zeus hub made?
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no ****ing clue
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did you grab that zeus from the bost CL? That was a steal.
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The cog isn't French-threaded so an EAI will work fine. The lockring is French threaded. The easiest place to get a lockring is to ask a Mavic dealer to get one for you -- it's the same lockring that's used on Mavic Comete carbon discs and on Ellipses. Cost is about $8. I don't know of anyone anywhere who uses French threading other than Mavic.
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