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Installing a 42 Tooth Cassette Cog

This video goes over how to install a Wolf Tooth Components Cassette Cog.  As mentioned in the video they are competitors with OneUp Components.  One up calls their product a sprocket instead of cog.  Which makes me not feel so bad about calling it a chain ring for the entire video.  Ok, that was a stretch.  Either way, bottom line is this video goes over installing one of them on your bike.  I also touch base on why I made the changes in my drive train from 3x9 > 2x9 > 1x10.

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I'm just a guy in Northern California that loves riding bikes. Most of my time is spent on a mountain bike. I also own a single speed for around town and commuting. Last but not least I own a cross bike. I couldn't bring myself to buy a road bike just so I could do long road rides that had more climbing than I could handle on the SS. That was my compromise. I'm originally from Pennsylvania and have that blunt east coast attitude. Some people love it, some people hate it. Either way I wake up in the morning.