Quick Question About Sprockets

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Vital MTB member MTB_Jacob
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5/28/2013 10:07 PM

Hey i have been looking into a new sprocket cause i heard that if you get a higher tooth sprocket like from a 25t to a 28 tooth the pedaling will be harder so there for i can go faster is this true Just a quick question just wanted to make sure before i buy one Thx For all the help in advance. And Btw does anyone know any good single speed rear hubs Or reccomendations for ones.


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5/30/2013 11:10 AM

if you do not change your cog(s) in the rear and get a bigger sprocket, yes what you say is true. pedaling will be more difficult but you will have a higher speed before spinning out.

singlespeed hubs depend on budget. here are some options from our product guide. you may be better off going with a pre-built wheel. by the time you get a hub, buy spokes and pay to build the wheel, the prices add up.