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Old 12-14-05, 02:14 AM   #1
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What's the cheapest (AU$) cassette hub you can get?

i want to get a cassette hub but dont have hundreds of dollars to spend.how cheap do they come?

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Old 12-14-05, 04:53 PM   #2
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probably either a poverty or nova tech cassette not as great quality as a lot of other cassettes but it'll do the job for a while (45-70$ american cash)
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Old 12-14-05, 07:32 PM   #3
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Have you checked with your LBS? That would be the smart thing to do. And stay off the beaches.
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. And stay off the beaches.

Give us the low down on these "race riots" going on. What has been going on down there.
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Old 12-14-05, 08:51 PM   #5
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Give us the low down on these "race riots" going on. What has been going on down there.
Nothing different than any place else in the world. Too easy to blame the "Brown from outta town". The problem as I see it is that the world view of an Aussie is a white, laid-back descendent of ex convicts. And far be it from me to be pointing fingers, but there are a lot of people from other countries here that call themselves Aussies, when they are simply transplants from another country living here, citizens or not. They stand out due to their looks, their values, and their acts. And not in a good way. I should start a thread in P&R to discuss this. Here's a link for you: Google news
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He's been dying to say that. Like a 3 year that swears just for shock value.
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Much more accurate, but I must edit it now.
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Check out the new Mosh hubs about $84 (US)
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Old 12-17-05, 01:43 AM   #12
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How about offering advice on something available here, and in AU$? US prices mean nothing.
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first, I dont know what is availble to you aussies and second, get a calculator and convert the figure.
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first, I dont know what is availble to you aussies and second, get a calculator and convert the figure.
Read the thread title again. And you cannot simply convert the price with a calculator. It's not that simple.
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the cheapest i can find is $145 for a tuffneck but that is off strictly BMX which is pretty expensive
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