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Old 10-01-07, 08:56 PM   #15
jur
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Asking for a new hub is not without its own problems: I would probably have to send the hub back to the US which would require a wheel un-build, postage (expensive), wait ages for a replacement and then rebuild my wheel. Plus they would hit me for postage to send me the new hub. It is probably worth just buying a new hub outright. I have written aebike and Sunrace but I'm not holding my breath about hearing from Sunrace.

Getting in the sub-assembly would be far less costly all round, assuming it is available in the first place. I wouldn't have to drill to repair, that is just for inspection of the broken sub-assembly.
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