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Hi all,

I will soon be running a rear profile hub on my pro. Obviously, as my bike is standard I need to replace my ACS claw with a fixed sprocket.

Just curious as to how I'm going to do this and I need some help. First of all I will be changing to ISIS cranks/bb, the cranks are the Echo CNC's, and I will be having them with the Echo bashring inc. from tarty.

Which/what front spocket will I need? I gather that 18T is most popular so I think I'll stick with that as I don't have a personal preference.

Looking at the sprockets on tartybikes, I was looking at the Onza 18T Screw-on Sprocket. Is this basically a screw on/screw off sprocket? No lockring? No spacers?

Any advice/suggestions are appreciated. Never done this before and its getting to expensive to feck up now :)

Many Thanks,

Matt

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Just buy the 18t screw on sproket. If you need to change your gear ratio it is alot easier to buy different sprokets for your profile.

As for screwing it one, it really is that simple. There is no lockring because the force you apply to the back wheel continually tries to tighten it so it will never come loose.

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Just buy the 18t screw on sproket. If you need to change your gear ratio it is alot easier to buy different sprokets for your profile.

As for screwing it one, it really is that simple. There is no lockring because the force you apply to the back wheel continually tries to tighten it so it will never come loose.

Ah, ok, thanks :D

Will the sprocket attach to the Onza muscleman cranks for a temporary arrangement?

Thanks again,

Matt

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