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    Gimpy
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    The Mosh Justice Cassete hub

    I was going to save up for the Mosh Justice Cassete hub laced to a chrome Sun Big City rim. Would it be worth it? It runs for $139.99 on Dans comp. It is a sealed hub (four cartridge bearings) with three pawl engagement. It also has a hollow chromoly 14mm axle and a 13 tooth cog. I am also looking to get the Mosh Method sprocket 36 tooth. It is a one peice 6061 sprocket with a chain guard all the way around the chainwheel. I am also looking for a sealed headset but would like some help there too.
    Shizzle dizzle!

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    wrench
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    i've seen a bunch of them blow up and break, so i would play it safe and save up the extra cash for something along the lines of odyssey or profile.

    ive never been impressed with any sealed headset other than the king, however i refuse to spend that much money on something that really doesnt make much difference, so i ride the solid headset and its quite amazing.
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    Gimpy
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    Odyssey Cassetes, do they need mush maitenence? And will they skip?
    Shizzle dizzle!

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    member
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    I never maintain my cassette, and as long as you don't bash it really hard then it won't skip.

    As for the headsets, get the Solid. I have a King and the thing is awful - it's either too tight or too loose (even after getting the heatube faced and having the headset installed with a shop-quality press) - and the bearings creak.

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    Gimpy
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    Sweet. I will go with the Odyssey Hazard Light rear wheel and A Solid headset.
    Shizzle dizzle!

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    one of Them!
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    I've got a Mosh Freedom cassette hub. I beat the thing and it still cooperates. Never skipped.

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    Senior Member sxe fbm rider's Avatar
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    I ride the primo cassette and really bash it and havent had a problem in the slightest.

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    i have the mutiny cassette. its awesome.

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    Moshman
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    i have a mosh bagley 4 star and my cassette just started skippin. . .its a 2002 and im not sure if its a justice or freedom hub but i took it apart and theres a little ring inside that keeps the little tabs up so it won't catch. . .either the ring snapped or its supposed to be unlinked and it came out. . .i need some advice on what i should do with it. . .do i need to buy a new cassette or can i find this piece somewhere?

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    well, I still have a freewheel. I don't think i'm welcome here any more.

    I'm saving up for a casset hub laced to Odyssey Duralectra or Hoola Hoop rims. Would you suggest a Profile SS Casset hub to an Odyssey Hazard. The Profile hub looks nice, but is it realy 120$ (plus the price of a cog) better than the Odyssey? Same with the rims, are the Duralectras 30$ better per rimthan the Primo's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninshadow
    I was going to save up for the Mosh Justice Cassete hub laced to a chrome Sun Big City rim. Would it be worth it? It runs for $139.99 on Dans comp. It is a sealed hub (four cartridge bearings) with three pawl engagement. It also has a hollow chromoly 14mm axle and a 13 tooth cog. I am also looking to get the Mosh Method sprocket 36 tooth. It is a one peice 6061 sprocket with a chain guard all the way around the chainwheel. I am also looking for a sealed headset but would like some help there too.
    tell em AL D. sent ya!

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    OK, MOSH ARE GOOD! ODYSSEY CASSETTES ARE MADE ABOUT THE SAME!
    i am a mosh rider cause there parts are reliable and cheap. i think it is a good investment to get mosh products. i have that cassette and i never maintain it, and i have had it for omost 3 years now.

    get, they are good. just people don't seem to like mosh stuff.
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