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Old 03-28-08, 09:34 PM   #1
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recommend a hub for me

so i am changing my single speed bianchi san jose to have gears in the back...I have to use the hone derailleur made by shimano since i have track ends...i am pretty sure the spacing is 130mm. so what kind of hub do you recommend...i'd like something mid-grade
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105 rear hubs can be had for ~$30
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I think Shimano's Hone derailleur can only be mounted to their Hone or Saint hubs and I think the San Jose's are 120mm spaced, but I might be wrong.

An internal hub might be your best bet if you want to add gears.
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