Gusset Fixed Sprocket 3/32 Inch

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- Economic and functional fixed cogs
- CNC machine finished from pressed hot rolled mill steel plate
- Consistent and durable
- Narrow 3/32" teeth (can run on 1-9 speed chains)
- Fits regular 1.37" x 24Tpi hubs
- Chrome plated finish

- 13T = 26g
- 14T = 32g
- 15T = 40g
- 16T = 48g
- 17T = 57g
- 18T = 64g
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Product Reviews (4)
Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
Worked ok, now destroyed
By Anonymous
06 May 2020
1 / 5
ConsNot durable at all.
ProsQuiet running, good threads
Had this cog on my commuter for 5 months, brand new chain and chainring also. Just discovered that all but 4 teeth have snapped off. Never had this happen with any track cog before, even aluminium ones.
works perfectly and costs almost nothing
By Keith Spangle
05 Mar 2019
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Consnoe at all
Prosdoes what its suppsed to, and costs very little
easy installation, perfectly round and all the teeth in the right place. no more rattling in my drive train.

And the usual excellent service frm SJS
Gusset Sprocket
By kev
23 Mar 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Prosgreat quality, great price
turned up next day awesome, fitted to bike, now riding my fixed gear with my prefered ratio.
Fixed Sprocket By Gusset
By Parapensioner
20 Jan 2012
5 / 5
ProsQuality, value.
The usual prompt & efficient service I have come to expect from SJS Cycles. Item of good quality & value for money. However P&P charge was, in my opinion, a bit excessive, being close to half the cost of of the goods!

Questions & Answers (1)
Compatible With Sram Cassette (I.E Pg 950)?
28 Apr 2014
Does it fit to be used on Sram cassettes?

I'm afraid this sprocket is not compatible with Sram cassettes, this sprocket was designed to be used as a single sprocket on a track style bike. The sprocket uses a threaded mounted system found on fixed track hubs, not the splined system you get on gear hubs.