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Old 12-01-06, 03:46 AM   #1
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Pantour hubs - company still afloat??

I am interesetd in getting a 74mm Pantour hub for my wide's folder, but the Pantour web site seems defunct. Is the company still trading, and can spares still be obtained?
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http://www.pantourhub.com/products.html seems to work for me.
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Pantour still seem to be operating as my LBS can get spares.

If you do get a front Pantour hub, do not use it in conjunction with a Rolf wheel from circa 2004 as the braking surface on the rim is not tall enough to allow for the full range of hub movement. Should work fine with most other wheels though: Alex, Sun etc as Pantour recommend at least 12mm of braking surface.
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