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1/10/2016 8:15 PM
there's one thing about sprockets... why don't companies make more 30t versions of their sprockets? Sure there are quite a few options out there, but whenever some company releases a cool designed spocket, it's always 25 ou 28 t... for example, I'd like to ride one of those 'new', 'solid' sprockets (like odyssey's, kink's OG or Primo's) but I can't. If I want one of those, I have also to buy a new 10 or 9t cog, and lose my 11t one. Even if I already had a 10t cog, I wouldn't be able to ride a more responsive 30-10 ratio...