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    24h or 48h rear fixed hub?

    anyone know where/how i can find a 24h or 48h rear fixed hub? i have looked everywhere and came up empty. im tring to use a 24h rim.

    any ideas welcome

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    Phil will custom drill for you.
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    i believe the zipps come in 24 hole
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    Suzue ProMaxs came in 24h drilling. If you're feeling flushed with cash you can find 24h Carbon fibre hubs, Loose ball and sealed bearing Suzues here (but prices are GBP so its pretty damn expensive)
    http://www.on-one.co.uk/index.php?mo...sition=191:191

    Campys come in 24h as well (pretty rare and almost as expensive).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCARFACE
    that is so awesome..I never knew you could have different lacing patterns on each side of the hub..it seems like it would mess up the balance of your wheel or something else thats not very fun..

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    yo, I saw a dude rollin on a lowrider cruiser with 100 spoked wheels

    could I lace that same hub to a 700c rim?

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    i have a fixie lowrider that has the 144 spokes and there isnt even a mm of room left on the rim for another hole..Im pretty sure 144 is the max # of spokes on 20" wheels..if you got hubs that had a higher flange you could probably almost double the # of spokes for a 700c tho..cuz the hubs on the 20" wheels are drilled to hell too, theres no room left on them..you should totally try and show me pictures! it would be the heaviest wheel of all time..unless of course you had like a solid steel disk wheel or something hehe

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