Problem Solvers Zinger XD Conversion
Single Speed for the SRAM enthusiast
The Zinger is the first kit to convert SRAM XD driver-equipped wheels for singlespeed use! There is a large percentage of singlespeed enthusiasts out there, so it's only natural that when SRAM introduced a new freehub body in order to accommodate a larger number of gears, Problem Solvers got started thinking about how they could convert it. The Zinger provides chainline adjustability and a broad range of cog sizes for whatever type of bike you're looking to simplify.
- Converts SRAM XD Drivers for singlespeed use
- Threads onto any XD drier compatible freehub
- Spacers included to customize chainline
- 18 & 20t interchangeable 6-bolt cogs included
- Replacement 16-22t cogs available
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