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Old 01-26-06, 08:56 PM   #1
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Low cost LHD BMX hub.

Any body know where I can find a LHD BMX hub that won't break the bank?
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Old 01-26-06, 09:08 PM   #2
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Odyssey Hazard. I swear by them, at least until G-Sport makes a cassette.
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i have a hazard LHD also, i like the hub but wish the cogs were higher quality.
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Old 01-28-06, 05:35 AM   #4
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Things to bear in mind when using a bmx hub, it'll be 113mm spacing, and it'll be one speed only. That said I took a 14mm axled 48h bmx hub and put a 5 speed freewheel on it and fitted it to a mtb frame. If you're prepared to mess with spacing and dishing you should be able to go up to a 7 seed freewheel.
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Any body know where I can find a LHD BMX hub that won't break the bank?
yo moose I sent you a pm I have a LSD 4-sale
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Odyssey for a cheap one...Profile or Primo for a bigger parent funded budget...


my friend just got a RHD Shadow cassette...its super loud!
im thinking of gettin one...any comments?
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Old 02-08-06, 08:35 PM   #7
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Odyssey Hazard. I swear by them, at least until G-Sport makes a cassette.

arnt the gsport hubs the ones with 20mm axles? what can those even fit it, the biggest dropouts i have seen is 14mm
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20mm internal axle. You use regular hex bolts (either 3/8" or 14mm, depending on which version of the hub you buy) with them.
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my friend just got a RHD Shadow cassette...its super loud!
im thinking of gettin one...any comments?


You want a loud one?
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