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    Senior Member rvabiker's Avatar
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    Another sprocket question...

    Does anyone know if there is any reason a Phil wood sproket wouldn't fit on my Formula hub? I think Phil Wood hubs are a different size but I'm not sure...anyone know?

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    King Among Runaways hyperRevue's Avatar
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    There shouldn't be any reason it wouldn't fit.
    Are you trying to put it on the free wheel side, maybe?

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    I haven't gotten one yet...I'm upgrading my components frm no-name to sugino etc and I thought a phil wood sprocket would be a good addition.

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    King Among Runaways hyperRevue's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvabiker
    I haven't gotten one yet...I'm upgrading my components frm no-name to sugino etc and I thought a phil wood sprocket would be a good addition.
    Oh, I see. I misunderstood the original question.
    I know of no reason why they shouldn't work together.

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    got a phil wood sprocket and an iro (formula) hub. fits perfectly...

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    a phil wood lockring, however, will not.

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