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    infamyart tylerhardie's Avatar
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    Nashbar, fixed wheels, hubs?

    Does anyone know where on the website Nashbar has fixed gear parts, hubs, wheels, etc? I have been searching the forums and see lot's of comments about their fixed gear offerings. If anyone has a link or part numbers etc, Please let me know. I have had good luck with Nashbar in the past, and they seem to make some decent parts at a good price. Any help would be appreciated.

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    www.onecycles.com douchebagonwhlz's Avatar
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    Look in the drop down menu "freehubs" or hubs or rear hubs

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    they've been out of stock for a while.

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    They sold out. Supposedly they're getting them back in at some point.

    I have one of the rear hubs, and stripped it after maybe 30 miles. Probably my own fault for using a no-name cog, but... I don't think I'd buy one of the rear hubs again, anyway.

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    I bought the formula/cxp-22 wheelset in April, and can't keep them in true, and have broken an axle locknut.

    I learned my lesson and will spend all the $ on the wheelset instead of repairs next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieatrats
    I bought the formula/cxp-22 wheelset in April, and can't keep them in true, and have broken an axle locknut.

    I learned my lesson and will spend all the $ on the wheelset instead of repairs next time.
    Amen to that. I had that set since May and it sucked so bad. I broke a tracknut, both locknuts and a cone in the few months I had it. Oh yeah, the rear came out of true in early July as well. F*ck that, now I'm on phil low flange 28s fix/fix with deep v's and it's marvelous. Consider yourself warned
    Bloodstains, speed kills, fast bikes, cheap thrills, French girls, fine wine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieatrats
    I bought the formula/cxp-22 wheelset in April, and can't keep them in true, and have broken an axle locknut.

    I learned my lesson and will spend all the $ on the wheelset instead of repairs next time.
    Wow, thanks for this info! I was really close to picking up some Formulas but will now instead go with the Suzue Pro Max. Whew!

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    I'm wondering WTF you were doing to the thing that you managed to break both locknuts.

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    They still have some other fixed stuff. They stock the entire range of SOMA cogs, but you have to look under the manufacturers list to find them.

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