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Old 09-12-06, 09:54 AM   #1
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110mm track hub?

Does anyone have any good resources for finding a 110mm hub for a Keirin frame. I know Phil Wood makes one, but would like to find something for a little less?

thanks for the help
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There have been several threads on this in the Single Speed/Fixed Gear Forum. No need to repeat them all.You can do a search and bring them all up.
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check out "Keirin Culture" on myspace - he has some 110mm DA sets listed at $235. New.
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You should be able to find old Milliard hubs on Ebay. They're not that expensive.
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You could do that..............or you could respace a normal 120 track hub. Most hubs, espessialy loose ball bearing NJS certified hubs have spacers you can remove to subtract width.
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