Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - how is this a flip flop hub?
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06-11-05, 03:25 PM
if there is nothing on the other side?
06-11-05, 03:28 PM
Can't tell for sure, but it looks like there are threads on the other side of the hub, making it a flip/flop.
06-11-05, 06:35 PM
flipflop means the hub is capable of carrying a cog or freewheel on both sides, not that it has a cog or freewheel on both sides.
a freewheel hub with no freewheel is still a freewheel hub.
do you think its an elusive double free flip flop or did he put his freewheel on the fixed side of the hub?
06-11-05, 07:18 PM
That's a mountain hub, nothing elusive about a double-free mountain hub.
06-11-05, 08:10 PM
so if that's a mountain hub does it have 135 spacing? I haven't worked with the surlies, how flexible are they with regards to axle spacing?
06-12-05, 12:33 AM
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