Smallest English-threaded cog?
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    Smallest English-threaded cog?

    Is it 16t? Or is it just that no one makes a smaller English-threaded cog?
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    harris has cogs in stock from 12t to 22t.

    http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/fixed-sprockets.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercorsa
    harris has cogs in stock from 12t to 22t.

    http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/fixed-sprockets.html
    Ooops... I meant freewheel. No wonder that sounded like a stupid question.

    Anyway, is the smallest English-threaded freewheel one can buy a 16t?
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    Maybe that's all there is

    Sheldon used to sell a 15-tooth from a company called AC Racing, but they appear to be out of business.

    http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/singl...tml#freewheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    Ooops... I meant freewheel. No wonder that sounded like a stupid question.

    Anyway, is the smallest English-threaded freewheel one can buy a 16t?
    16T is as small as you can get unless you want to go with a flip/flip BMX hub. These hubs have a smaller threaded diameter on one side and can run as small as 11T freewheel.

    This hub is not to be confused with a fixed/free flip flop. It's a special free/free hub made for BMX
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hickey
    16T is as small as you can get unless you want to go with a flip/flip BMX hub. These hubs have a smaller threaded diameter on one side and can run as small as 11T freewheel.

    This hub is not to be confused with a fixed/free flip flop. It's a special free/free hub made for BMX
    Yeah, that's Metric freewheel threading, no? I'm guessing I'm SOL, and will have to grab a bigger chainring instead.
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