Freewheel hub race has a crack in it
So I setup my bike all nice like, with a new wider range freewheel, but the chain was too short in the big rind/big cog sombination and I figured I'd be smart enough to not use such extreme cross chaining... Long story short a few days later I bent the frame and the axle pretty bad, the cone got mangled also, the wheel's bearings that were just right got a bit of play in them. Since I have acces to frame and dropout aligning tools I've repaired all these things, but the hub's DS bearing race has a crack that goes pretty much all around it. That can't be good. However the new (salvaged) axle and cone spin evenly in it and if I didn't know there was a crack there then I really couldn't guess there was anything wrong at all with this wheel, it runs smooth, even, and quiet. Last time I rode on a wheel that had a crack in the bearing race it ended up locking up hard after a bb broke a cap off it and wedged into another bb, but that one rolled pretty rough. Prospects for longevity of this one? Spokes and rim seem A1, really don't wanna lace them into a new used hub tho.