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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
http://www.backcountry.com/abbey-bike-tools-single-sided-crombie-tool?rr=t
Chain Whip
http://www.backcountry.com/park-tool-chain-whip-15mm-pedal-wrench-hcw-16?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6Y2hhaW4gd2hpcDoxOjQ6Y2hhaW4gd2hpcA&skid=PAR0101-ONECOL-ONESIZ
Since you are moving the wheel back and forth each time you change gears you also have to adjust your rear brake accordingly.

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I have a 38T and a 42T chainring for single speed racing in Utah. With the 38T my range of rear cogs goes from 16T-19T based on chain tension, the length of my drop out slot and the tolerance of my rear tire and frame. 80% of the time I race on 38T/16T, leaving my quick release at the end of my drop out. I use the 19T on two different hilly courses here in Utah and whenever its snowing. There was one race I was tempted to run 42T/17T because it was so flat and my chain would be too slack if I ran 38T/15T. This season I also switched out my rear 8.4 V-Brake for an Avid Shorty Ultimate because it's much quicker and easier to adjust each time I switch out my cogs. I still rock the V-Brake up front.

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5 5

The only shoes I'll wear are Salomons. I've been a big fan of the XA Pro 3D Ultra 2 GTX for years. When it was time to retire my old ones I decided to give these a try. They aren't as easy to slip on and off as the Ultras, but they offer more support and comfort. The tongue is housed in an elastic cover, keeping everything snug and tight.

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I bought the camera/ light mount for $15 from the Smith website. It showed up in 2 days (Utah). It's a super solid mount that takes the shakiness out of my POV shots and it's very easy to snap a light on and off. I'm impressed at how comfortable the Forefront is and will probably get the Overtake for road riding.

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