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Old 08-14-06, 03:28 PM   #1
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Dimension track hub dimensions

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Anyway, I'm trying to buy a Dimension rear hub and some spokes but I cant find the hub dimensions anywhere. If anyone knows it would be a big help, thanks!
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according to nashbar (nashbar hubs are dimension iirc)

specs for wheelbuild:
flange diameter: 71.5mm
p.c.d: 62mm
o.l.d: 100mm
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according to nashbar (nashbar hubs are dimension iirc)

specs for wheelbuild:
flange diameter: 71.5mm
p.c.d: 62mm
o.l.d: 100mm
I didnt think to check the nashbar ones, thanks alot.
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Old 08-15-06, 08:31 AM   #5
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You might wanna recheck those measurements, if it's a rear hub. OLD should be 120mm.... DO you have the hubs already, or are trying to round up all the parts beforehand?
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oops, wrong one. here is rear:

use----------FLIP FLOP TRACK/SINGLESPEED
weight-------314 GRAMS
drilling-----32 HOLE
skewer-------NO
spacing------120 MM
hub body-----ALUMINIUM
bearings seals-CARTRIDGE
finish-POLISHED CLEAR COAT
dimension----72mm FLANGE
HUB HOLDS A FREEWHEEL/OR SINGLE SPEED COG ON EACH SIDE TO ACCOMADATE A VARIATION IN GEARING
Other specs for hub:
Spoke Hole Diameter: 62mm
Locknut To Flange(L): 18mm
Locknut To Flange(R): 18mm
Over Locknut Width: 120mm
REAR - 10mm dia axle thread pitch of 1
FRONT - 9mm dia axle, thread pitch of 1
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