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Item # CKG0055


If you've got a single-speed cassette body on your rear wheel, you can use just about any splined cassette on the market. We have to admit that we're partial to the Chris King Stainless Steel cog. It's heat-treated and then bead blasted for great strength and looks. Looks good, rides great, lasts forever, and gives a little Chris King style to any single-speeder.

The Chris King Stainless Steel cog is a single splined cog. It is designed for use with single-speed cassette hubs. It is not supplied with a lock ring. Cogs available run from 17-20 teeth. The color is Silver. Claimed weight on the 17-tooth cog is 31g, on the 20t 52g.

  • For use with single-speed cassette hubs
  • Heat-treated and bead blasted stainless steel
  • Available in sizes that range from 17-20 teeth

Tech Specs

Cog Sizes:
17 - 20 t
Cog Material:
stainless steel
Actual Weight:
One Color, 17t: 32g
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I own six of these cogs ranging from 15T-20T. I use 38T/16T gearing 80% of the time racing single speed cyclocross here in Utah. My wheels are Hed Belgium Plus with Chris King 11 speed hubs. I have the Surly spacer kit and tugnut held together tightly with a steel DT Swiss RWS quick release. The cogs are very easy to switch out if you have these two tools:

Crombie Tool

Chain Whip

Since you are moving the wheel back and forth each time you change gears you also have to adjust your rear brake accordingly.