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Old 11-07-08, 01:00 PM   #1
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Need hub data

Is there someone who knows where I can find "Pitch circle diameter" and "Flange distance" for a Shimano DH-T660-2N hub. I'm calculating spoke lenght for a new wheel, but can't find the data.


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Old 11-07-08, 02:57 PM   #2
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Harris Cyclery in Newton, Massachusetts - USA, will do a spoke calculation for you. And then hope to send you the spokes - your call, of course. Just ask for the correct length. Include the exact model of the hubs - including how many holes. The rim. And the build-pattern (such as laced X3, 36H hub).

They are great folks and deserve our business. It's the haunt of Sheldon Brown.

http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/
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why don't you just measure it?
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Here you go for $1.99:

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why don't you just measure it?
I have not bought the hub yet. I'm trying to buy the hub, spokes and rim from a webshop in one go.
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Wow. Just looked at your link. I had no idea there was an LX dynamo hub! I bet it's the same dimensions as a nexus hub. Perhaps the shop you're buying from will furnish the information?
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Wow. Just looked at your link. I had no idea there was an LX dynamo hub! I bet it's the same dimensions as a nexus hub. Perhaps the shop you're buying from will furnish the information?
I'm not sure on the dimensions, but that's a reasonable guess... but LX has been relaunched as a high-end trekking group. The new Dynamo looks pretty nice and is unavailable in the US. I'm thinking about buying the similar DH-3N80 (also unavailable in the US).
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