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Old 08-20-14, 05:58 AM   #1
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Freehub Buddy and reusable hub dust shield

Does anyone know where I can buy a Morningstar Tools Freehub Buddy and reusable dust shield? Someone seems to have bought up all the remaining stock since Paul passed away last year. I can't find them anywhere on the internet. My shimano hub dust shield is close to biting the dust after multiple removals. If someone has these and is willing to part with them, please let me know. Thanks!
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I still have small stock of various freehub buddies, but not any dust shields.
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I bought a couple of the dust shields from Loose Screws before they made good on their intent to retire. After figuring out how to clean and repack the DS wheel bearings without removing the dust shield (which I highly recommend now that the Morningstar stuff is NLA), I could probably spare one. Let me see how many I have...
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Morningstar Freehub Buddy Cassette Tool (041501000100) at CambriaBike.com
9sp. Morningstar Freehub Buddy and Dustshield - $5.95 - Bike Parts 360
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Thanks FBinNY and ThermionicScott. I have PM'ed you both. Davidad, Cambria is out of stock and I can't find an add to cart button on Bike Parts 360.
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