Consists of 2 spacers and 1 x 16t cog - works with 3/32 or 1/8in chain.
Hi Glyn and Rich, difficult question to answer this. Do your 5 and 7-speed systems use a screw on cassette? If so these definately won't fit.
Same question as Rich only the bike I am converting has a 7-speed cassette. Will this fit? Are there any measurements that can be used? Cheers
Hi, the bike I want to convert has a 5-speed shimano cassette, will this sprocket fit? Thanks.
Hi Steve, unfortunately we don't have any left in stock at the moment. We are sourcing new stock as we speak, though we don't yet have a specific date when they will be with us.
There appears to be no buying options for the converter kit. Does this mean it is out of stock? If so, when will it be available again. Thanks.
Yes Luke, for free delivery you just have to spend over £10.
Hi. It says free delivery at the top of the page, but when I add it to my basket its asking me for £2.50 Delivery. Is this the case or is there something i can do to change this? Cheers
Hello Gabe. This kit is enough to convert 7,8 or 9 speed cassettes- but if you have any problems you can always use the spacers from your existing cassette.
Hi i want to change my geared bike to ss, would 2 spacers be enough to do this, or do i need to look for another kit with more? Many thanks
Sorry... One price had been changed and the other left unchanged. Stock of these is running out and we've had to put the price up (marginally). Still 75% off though!
what's going on? On the main page it says antoher price then on the detail page? it's not april fools day right?
Hi Alastair, no, the single speed conversion kit is for freehub bodied geared wheels- you just need a screw on BMX type 1/8 inch freewheel. Unfortunately we're currently out of stock but it's a very common item available from your local bike shop.
hi I just got delivery of a pompino road, which is set up as a fixie. Again (as daft as it sounds), do I have to get the singlespeed conversion kit to go on the other side? cheers
Yes Ben. You will need a cassette lockring tool and a chain whip (to hold the freehub body in place. Any bike shop should be able to do it for you for a few quid.