I have two hubs, both Campy Nuovo Tipos. One a front one I purchase from eBay the other a rear that's from my old bike from way back in the day. I inspected the front hub when I got it and everything seems to be in order: cones, bearings and races are all in great shape. It has a very light coating of standard brown grease. When I hold it by the axle and spin the hub (no rim attached yet) it spins very freely. The rear has brand new cones and bearings and is generously packed with white teflon grease. Since I put it together myself I'm naturally a bit concerned that when I spin the hub the same way as the front one, it only makes 2 -3 turns and stops. It seems very smooth and I currently have it adjusted with just a tiny bit of play so I know it isn't too tight. The main difference between the front and rear seems to be the grease: a little bit of standard brown grease vs. a lot of the white grease. Could I be using too much grease? Or is that perfectly normal. Should the front hub have more grease? In the grander scheme of things, I doubt that friction from the grease would matter much but it certainly might if yolu are just spinnng a bear hub. Can you folks give me some pointers? Thanks.