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    check out this home made fixed hub


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    "Not Campagnolo."

    Oh really?

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    Eeeeeeeeee.....

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    It looks like the way it is now, it would have some slippage if you didnt torque the ***** out of those bolts. It would make more sense to offset the drillings of the holes so that 2 of them sit in the leading edge of the slot in the sprocket, and 2 sit in the trailing edge. Like this crappy paint image:
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    Thing is, it's missing one bolt anyways. And the bolts look like they are probably rusted completely in place...

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    如果你能讀了這個你講中文 genericbikedude's Avatar
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    Axle? Bearings?

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    I'd use it as a candle holder, if I used candles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genericbikedude
    Axle? Bearings?
    Seriously, nothing like buying an extremely questionable hub and then having to hunt and purchase the axle, cones, nuts, and bearings as well. Maybe it's worth buying for the cog?
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    Wow, LeVeL hubs be darned, eh? Maybe you could use some JB Weld to fill in the slots and create your own "knuckles"..

    *off to get the Makita*

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    i'm amazed that people are actually bidding on that piece of trash. kinda makes me want to send out warning emails to the bidders.
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    I'll stay with my disc brake bolted hub >.>
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    $12.50?!?! who's bidding on this? i wouldn't trade the dude a stick of gum for this cuz it's so shady it's not even worth using. maybe it'd be nice as a paperweight...

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    too greasy, and too many sharp edges, to use as apaper weight..

    and that sort of cog tend not to be round..

    ok.. IŽll stop now..

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    hmmmm.....maybe you could use it as.....

    as.....

    ... ... ... ...

    ummmmmmmm...............

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    uhmm.......you could chuck it through the window of a starbucks........

    but you could easily find a rock for free.

    crap. out of ideas.
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    live free or die trying humancongereel's Avatar
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    ummmmm....you could carry it inside a purse, and when some redneck makes fun of you for having a purse, you clock them in the head with it.

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    You could make a hat out of it...

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    oooh, a hat! or a really heavy necklace!

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    dudes thats not homemade, I have illustrations of that type of hub in a ook laying around. People are buidding cause it's an antique
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    You all need to return to school and brush up on reading for clues:
    This device is meant to slice bacon...it even says it in the name. The rest of it is all smoke and mirrors. So, all you aspiring fixedgear butchers - bid frequent, bid high.
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    hahaha, its a NOS pork grinder. I knew it. I wonder what gear ratio it slices bacon at

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolshed
    "Not Campagnolo."

    Oh really?

    I know, i was about to place a bid until I read that part. Oh shucks!

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    Thats the best part...

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    there's no way that thing is homemade. look at the cog. nobody was sitting at a workbench routing that ****. probably an antique. if it did say campy on it this thread would be a jiz-fest. lol.
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    campagnolo is there as a search tag

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