Chris King Stainless Steel Cog

Chris King Stainless Steel Cog
Chris King Stainless Steel Cog
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Stainless Steel Cog by Chris King
If you want something tough and good-looking for your single-speeder, then look no further than Chris King's Stainless Steel Cog. This single splined cog is heat-treated and bead blasted for incredible strength, durability, and style. The Stainless Steel Cog is designed for use with single-speed cassette hubs and is available in sizes ranging from 17-20 teeth.

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SKU: CKG0055
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