TREE Lite Sprocket in Stock Jul 20, 2009

Milwaukee just got in a shipment of TREE Lite Splined sprockets. These are harder to get than just about any other modern BMX component and will solve your slipping-sprocket bolts problem if you’re riding BMX cranks on your fixed gears. Gettem fast, because they’ll disappear quick!

  • Matt

    How’s you BMX setup going?

  • AJ

    i’ve been running the 33t tree splined for about 2 weeks now and its by far the best set up i’ve had, not so great for grinds/stalls since the the wheels are so big it makes hard to even make contact with the sprocket.

    otherwise worth the money

  • hfwido

    What about eclats, or old 44t sprockets? The aesthetic look of the tree is not so appealing to me…. Im just curious about other options.

  • http://theradavist.com prolly

    “Aesthetic look” is redundant. ;-)

    I dunno, as long as it’s a 48 spline, you should be able to run anything. I’m happy with the Krull + Sugino ring. Best set up with regards to aesthetics in my opinion.

    You also have to be able to get a smaller-tooth cog and lockring onto your hub. The smaller you go, the less lockring you have. In fact, not many companies make a 13t cog. I know Sugino made a limited run of them for Wbase and Milwaukee made a few… but they’re not readily available.

  • Golden Spoon

    Hard to find? DansComp has all sorts of sizes and colors in stock for about 20 bucks less than Milwaukee…

    http://www.danscomp.com/458157.php?cat=PARTS

    And for the record, both Shimano and Surly make a 13t cog, in both 1/8 and 3/32. These cogs work fine with a standard lockring.

  • http://theradavist.com prolly

    Highest Dans Comp goes is 30t. MKE has them 42t and 38t. I realized Surly and Shimano made 13t cogs right after I made that comment… my bad.