Sette Single Speed Conversion Kit
Comes with 16 and 18 tooth cogs, you have the choice in what gear ratio suits your neck of the woods the best. It comes complete with two spacers, 2 cogs, and a lockring. Weighing in at only 68 grams for the 16 T and 85g for the 18 T, the Sette Single Speed Conversion Kit is a weight watcher's dream. For best performance, you will want to use an 8 speed or Single Speed Specific Chain.
I had tried another kit that had stacked spacers. this provides a much much cleaner look and better fit. the lock ring is slightly oversized compared to a standard one. Holds everything together nicely. The cogs appear to be of good quality and are reasonably Thick. I've got a 1/8 single speed chain on there right now but my nine speed chain appears to fit on it nicely as well.
Does the same job as the more expensive one.
Works fine, good price.
Bought this kit to build a budget SS MTB. Had to find a few extra spacers to get the perfect alignment but the cheap kit sold me on the SS trend. I now have a dedicated SS wheelset and use an eccentric BB.
This is very basic and cheap. No frills but does the job!
Used this kit to convert an old Diamondback to a single speed. Had no issues setting up. Coupled with a chain tensioner, and a modified original crank, the conversion went great and I had a zippy little inexpensive commuter.
this little kit just works great. I only wish the cassette spacers came in more adjustable widths, the two included here don't provide many options.
Its a good product and gets the job done, if your looking for a gucci part that looks amazing and gives you that upscale look- this isnt exactly what your shooting for. If your looking to build a fixed gear mtb and want something that does the job- well- this thing is perfect :)
I used this when I converted an old rigid MTB into my SS commuter. I had to use a spacer from the cassette in addition to the provided spacers. It has several hundred miles on it without incident. Used with Settle SS tensioner.
This was a good start when I converted to SS. The spacers are definitely sufficient and the cogs are well constructed and can give you a good idea of what size you want. However, I wanted a wider cog base (like Surly makes) as to not strip out my free hub body.
I have had this installed on my back-up bike for 3 years. Used on and off road. It has held up very well, had to use a couple different spacers to get the proper alignment.