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Old 11-04-09, 11:58 PM   #1
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Wheelset, hubs and rims ....

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anyone here heard of Da bomb headspin snow camo hubs ? I tried to search online but in vain. There are not much info on these hubs and I would like to know if these hubs are serviceable . Would like to regrease my bearings or change if needed. However, need more info and instructions on how to do it .. anyone here knows ?

Btw, I am using with Da Bomb golden revolver rims. Thanks !!!!
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Old 11-05-09, 08:40 AM   #2
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no one knows ???
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Are these on a BMX bike?
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Go to http://www.chosens-hubs.com

Visit the tech section...find the link to catalogue...download both pdfs. One of them should provide and nicely written up and photo-sequential HINT as to the disassembly and assembly of your hub.

They are an OEM manufacturer and quietly manufacture for various brand-name and startup wannabe brand name companies.

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Hope it help...good luck.
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oh u meant for mi to find something similiar to my hub in their catalogue and try to decipher how disassembly can be done right ? have just went through .. slight idea, but Im not sure which is mine type also . i guess i have to search more intensively. Da bomb dont reply mail
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Can you post pictures of the hub? How to disassemble should be very obvious. I've never heard of a non-serviceable hub though some require more specialized tools than others.
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Go to their page and research or contact them.

http://www.dabombbike.com/web/index.asp
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Hi, here are the pics .... u guys able to see if these hubs are servicable ? I would like to do my own self mantainence if possible. To regrease and stuffs ..

http://img689.imageshack.us/i/p1050048.jpg/

http://img21.imageshack.us/i/p1050049i.jpg/

http://img692.imageshack.us/i/p1050050.jpg/

Unable to load up pics in thread ... I did tried to search their web site but it has no info at all. Already emailed them a couple of times since 2 days ago but no replies too thanks guys for helping !!!













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Old 11-06-09, 11:07 AM   #10
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They certainly look serviceable. I see a wrench flat on one of the outer locknuts.
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oh which means I can simply go buy bearings to replace in the event that my bearings are damaged or when it is not smooth ? But I guess this would be an easy process and I have to visit the mechanic yeahz ?
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