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    Phil Wood Hubs / Wheelset

    I had a customer come in with a road bike that had a set of Phil Wood Hubs laced to Mavic CXP 30 Rims. I'm wondering what the wheel and hubs are worth. Hubs are in good shape rims are good but have a small cosmetic ding in the side wall of front wheel.



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    forgot... they are 28 hole front and rear

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    Not real firmilar with the prices on these, but Phil Wood as about as good as it gets for hubs. I paid over a $100 for the set on my BMX racer back in the 80's.

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    just trying to decide if I should swap the wheels out and sell the separate... I probably would replace them with a 105 or RSX wheelset I have.

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    Shipping can be a killer for complete wheelsets on ebay. You may get more for just the hubs than the complete wheelset, and then you can keep the rims for a project later on.

    Probably wouldn't get a lot for them locally, unless you are in a really big bike area.
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