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You really only need one gear.

Go ahead and use the Surly Single-Speed Kit to convert your freehub cassette body into a one-gear hurt-machine. Remove your old cassette, slide on spacers, cog and lockring and your whip is now a single speed.

  • Shimano Freehub Body compatible
  • Anodized aluminum spacers come in different widths for obtaining the perfect chainline
  • Large stainless steel lockring holds everything together perfectly
  • Note: kit does not include cog

Tech Specs

anodized aluminum, stainless steel
Recommended Use:
single speed conversion

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4 5

Single Speedin'

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I decided to build up a new single speed cross bike this year, I had a few options for spacer kits. Knowing that I was going to be running a Surly cog, it made perfect sense for me to just stick with the brand that is notorious for their SS rig setups.

It was a super easy installation- well, once you get your chain line perfectly micro adjusted (gimme that 17 minutes of my life back!#@$), and then you're off pedalin'

The only drawback I would say is its price, as it's about 10 to 15 bucks more than the other options out there.

5 5

Great Product Surly

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm Building a single speed and needing to remove the cogs from a 10 cassette adding a new single speed 17 cog. The Surly spacer kit is awesome. This kit is a no brainier being the instruction make it pretty simple to figure out what spacer go were for the proper alignment.

Responded on

Samboni, please be careful you should never use a cog from a cassette as it has ramps and good chance it will "throw" your chain.