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Old 03-10-09, 09:20 PM   #1
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List of FG/SS Hubs

I think it would be useful and neat to compile a list of single speed and fixed gear hubs available. Please include colors, drillings, O.L.D., fixed/free threading, average retail price, and the company's website for that particular hub product.


White Industries:
-Eric's Eccentric ENO: Silver/Black, 28/32/36, 126/130/135 mm (disc: 135 mm), fixed/free or free/disc, $160-175
-Standard ENO: Silver/Black, 28/32/36, 130/135 mm (disc: 135 mm), free or free/disc (or fixed/free upon request), $175-180
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this sounds like a lot of effort....
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Old 03-10-09, 09:43 PM   #3
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this sounds like a lot of effort....
haha. i agree.
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Anything can be made SS these days, haha.

Also, it seems that most FG hubs you see fall into one of several categories:

Formula-type: cheap, but good. Bombproof bearings.
Phil Wood/Paul: Expensive, excessively bombproof
DA/Suzue/Non-sealed-NJS-stuff: NJS CHEAHHHHHHH
Campy (new and vintage): need we say more.

Am I missing anything?
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this sounds like a lot of effort....
It took me about 3 minutes to copy down the info from the White Industries website and post it. If you find the info on whatever hub/hubs that you care to find, feel free to post them. This is a collaborative effort. Thank you.
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