Mountain Biking - Cassette Hubs???
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02-26-06, 02:21 PM
would i be possible to fit a bmx 'cassette' single speed driver to a mtb cassette hub if i removed the freewheel?
don't know if this is the right forum to post this it but i thought i would see if anyone had any ideas anyway.
Installing a threaded BMX freewheel on a MTB cassette hub? Not going to happen without an adapter like this:
It's for fixed gear conversions, but a bmx freewheel will thread on it as well.
It would be much easier to install a single speed cog and spacers onto a typical MTB cassette hub.
02-26-06, 03:36 PM
i wasn't thinking about a threaded freewheel i was thinking a 'cassette' driver like this:
http://www.winstanleysbmx.com/index.html?6/ASMbT8PDkAxPJ50LYkI7hDieMyU/XoJWIVZE6d+5nfTskFPi0buvdtE0enRYbd56KsWnYEsppugBpHYie2xgfMpJoUfWibOTUXMz5SE6YXzoa0cUBBh0823A0Ap8BpK7 eP8TY1SNvSt4OnkO9mrJLvsaiL0qBxbV0hxfR547AzoWq3lgvVVkEcC7h++Q2A52CJpFD00eLthaCI/znSFX2gxoOy/oggXtH/EOfu5GEqcxaznT2cY/qBsXgFtx06noaHYIj2liPbfqKUjM4qLJOPD07dSOYMSM71fMnJGfkPgW+qK3ynd53VWlXu5WQ+SRUloMBmg1ycnoEloqIRNTDzpG LckTBUSmtpMP71DlN7trnRrm4X2yRPpmxKCiZObSSglSu2pcljUuHtffRBl9SU8iAx7DmpSWf6IVJtmbM=
02-26-06, 07:35 PM
I'm going to venture a guess to say that it is not possible. I'm not totally sure how those drivers attach, but I still just don't think so. I guess a shimano one might work if they even make one. I'm curious why you want to?
02-27-06, 01:12 AM
i don't really want to, i was just curious myself!
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