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    71 Peugeot. fixed.
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    Can you get just a rear Phil hub?

    I'd like to get a rear in Black, but I've never noticed anyone selling them individually except on ebay used.

    I could ask the bike shop, but i figured why bother them with it since I probably wouldn't build the wheel up until spring, no sense in building a new wheel to ride through the winter muck.
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    Mes compaingnons cui j'amoie et cui j'aim,... Me di, chanson.

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    Spicer has the cheapest Phils I could find. I got my set from him. As a bonus it comes double fixed as well.
    http://spicercycles.com/index.cgi?ca...cat_desc=Track

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    got mine cheaper than that from bike works nyc

    edit: forget it...they really raised the price...
    Last edited by teiaperigosa; 11-25-07 at 06:06 PM.

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    I got mine 32h high flange double fixed silver for 165. Beat that guy by 3 bucks.

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    not black, but $162 - 10% = $146 ftw
    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...&category=1701

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemather View Post
    not black, but $162 - 10% = $146 ftw
    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...&category=1701
    nonono its not double fixed

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    If you're not married to Black for the color, check out this (possibly the best deal in town) for a chrome 32 fixed/free rear!

    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...ange+Hubs.aspx

    $118.50

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    71 Peugeot. fixed.
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    Damn, if only black could be had that cheap.

    Double fixed and black was what i am looking for.

    Thanks for links dawgs.
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    The guy at American Cyclery was explaining to another customer (some n00b who was building up his first fixie with unobtanium parts) that because the anodizing process sometimes results in different tones, the colored Phils are only sold in sets. Right afterward he told me that they didn't carry 26mm cross levers because they were too cheap to be sold, meaning unreliable. So honestly I'm not sure if that's the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willypilgrim View Post
    Damn, if only black could be had that cheap.

    Double fixed and black was what i am looking for.

    Thanks for links dawgs.
    OT:I am digging the Jedi Mind Tricks Quote in your sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eskachig View Post
    The guy at American Cyclery was explaining to another customer (some n00b who was building up his first fixie with unobtanium parts) that because the anodizing process sometimes results in different tones, the colored Phils are only sold in sets. Right afterward he told me that they didn't carry 26mm cross levers because they were too cheap to be sold, meaning unreliable. So honestly I'm not sure if that's the truth.
    even if it were true, it'd be hard for me to believe for black.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eskachig View Post
    The guy at American Cyclery was explaining to another customer (some n00b who was building up his first fixie with unobtanium parts) that because the anodizing process sometimes results in different tones, the colored Phils are only sold in sets. Right afterward he told me that they didn't carry 26mm cross levers because they were too cheap to be sold, meaning unreliable. So honestly I'm not sure if that's the truth.
    American cyclery blows, as do their employees.

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