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Old 09-14-05, 09:19 PM   #1
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Dura Ace Track Hub ID

I am trying to identify a set of Dura Ace track hubs.

Flip Flop, high flange, G 1 marked on hub, T110 marked on dust shields.

Anyone know what model they are and where I can get an axle set for them.
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I believe those would be Dura Ace 7600 hubs. They're not made anymore. It looks like www.businesscycles.com still has them in stock. Maybe he'll have parts, too.

Or, try here: http://www.bike-central.com/list_har...=hubsets&pid=2

There's a picture, too, to make sure I've given them the correct ID.
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hmm...perhaps they are the older cut-out version?
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Thanks Velo,

I contacted Business Cycles but they couldn't ID them from the markings I described the 7600 hubs pictured look like the newer style.

Cut out version 165?
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not my pic (stolen form eBay) but these are the old Shimano cut out hubs
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Ok thats the style 165, mine are a flip flop rear.

Is there only one axle set for this style?

Thanks for your efforts.
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