Stout 144 in Stock Apr 29, 2009

These beefy-ass little boogers are in stock now at Ben’s. I asked Drew at Milwaukee to make a 144bcd Stout to go with 144bcd track cranks. It’s a solid piece of equipment.

I’ve done big drops onto it, slammed it, crushed it and generally thrashed mine for a while and it’s still alive and kicking. Rough surfaces will obviously wear it down faster, so stick to marble, metal and granite.

Take note, it won’t work with oversized chains like the Wippermans. A KMC chain works great though.

Any questions / concerns? Hit me up in the comments!

  • hayke

    Does fit only 44t chainrings?

  • Andrew

    I’ve always been curious: how big of a chainring can you go up to with this?

  • 44 or smaller, 144bcd rings only.

  • Also make sure you use blue loctite on the threads and let it sit over night.

  • Dr. No

    So is it on there for good pretty much then>?

  • Blue loctite is temporary. Red is permanent. Blue loctite just ensures the bolts won’t come loose from the added strain on the ring. Trust me, it’s fine.

  • Also, it WILL work with 46t, you just won’t have a ton of grinding room.