34t Sprocket 12t Cog

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12/17/2013 5:10 PM

Is it to light to ride a 34t or 35t sprocket in the front and 12t in the back for trails?

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12/17/2013 5:12 PM

i think so
i usually see people go like 28-9 range for trails

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12/17/2013 5:14 PM

The hub I'm getting is only for 12t cogs.

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12/17/2013 5:26 PM

It'll be about like 25/9 you should be ok. If you can I might go 36/12 tho

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12/17/2013 7:36 PM

I'm riding 30 9 and its great for speed you have to work a little harder but i have no experience with cogs though are you riding a race hub?

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12/18/2013 4:18 AM

32- 34 tooth will feel alright for a 12t cog. it would feel like 25 by 9 gearing. (I have a 12t freecoaster)

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