hey y'all, some of you may remember the issue i was having with my paul hubs. i was breaking the non-drive side locknut. i ended up breaking three of them. i did everthing i could to prevent it, including not torqueing the axle bolt down as tight (i always use a torque wrench when tightening axle nuts), adding chain tensioners, and whatever else i could think of. after the last broken nut (keep your minds out of the gutter), i ended up sending the wheel to paul. he told me that there may be a problem with the threading of the axle. so, he hopefully fixed it. i just got the wheel back yesterday, but havent had an opportunity to ride because its been raining and the spicer doesn't see rain. so, i'm planning on getting it out tommorow. i'll give another update, especially since i know several people on here have been contemplating picking up a set of paul hubs. i hope i just picked up one that had a problem and that its not indicative of a larger problem with the design of the hubs, because everything else about them rules. the bearings are smooth as any i've seen and they look awesome. so we'll see.